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Running through the center of the city is the Chao Phraya River, which is surrounded by popular attractions including the famous Grand Palace and the floating market in Damnoen Saduak.
Thailand has 18 million Line users, more than any country except Japan.
That and a whole lot more interesting factoids and future plans were revealed by Line Corporation CEO Akira Morikawa yesterday in a Tokyo press conference.
The chatting app boasts 230 million total users around the world, with 47 million in Japan, 18 million in Thailand, 17 million in Taiwan, and 14 million in Indonesia.
Morikawa said that Line will also be unveiling a new series of games soon, and that the platform is the “fastest growing globalized service.”The Japanese chatting app was the subject of some controversy last week when Thailand technology police reportedly requested chat records of Thai users to scan for “threatening” activity, Startup-Dating reported.
Thais love chatting, laughing, gossiping, maybe not too much discussing but to put it short love to talk to other people.
And then it’s no surprise that messenger service apps for phones, tablets or laptops enjoy huge popularity in Thailand.
In this post I present you the three most popular messenger apps that almost 100% of Thai people who have a smartphone or i Pad have installed and use on a daily basis.
The great thing about them all is that they are free.