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Line 2 App - Get a Second Line for Your Iphone, Ipad or Ipod Touch

Updated on January 17, 2011

If you've filled your iphone full apps to get the most out of it, and you have not included the Line 2 app get onto itunes app store right now and get it! Why? Because Line 2 is probably the most vauluable and useful app any power user could buy.

You may have heard about line 2 or seen the adds elsewhere on the internet. The ads say "add a second line to your iphone," but what exactly does that mean? Read on to find out.

What is Line 2?

It's an app that does exactly what it says and so much more. Yes, it does add a second line to your iPhone. But it also allows you to send SMS on that second line. And on top of that Line 2 even works with your iPad and iPhone giving you the abilitiy to turn these devices in to phones as well.

The best part about Line 2 is that after you pay the initial price for the app, you will not be charged for any calls made with Line 2. Text messages too. It's all free after you buy the app. And the biggest kicker is that you don't need to change your phone number. Line 2 uses the same phone number associated with your phone to make and receive calls.

The coolest thing too is that you can make calls even in places where phones don't typically get service. All you need is access wifi internet and you're set. So for all of you frequent flyers you can use your iPhone on the plane. Make calls and receive text messages while you're winging it!

How Does Line 2 work?

Line 2 works because it takes advantage wifi hot spots which have now become commonplace in most major cities in the US. Making calls using Line 2 over wifi is completely free, all that the app does is coordinate the calls and SMS for you. 

Is Line 2 Worth It?

That's something that you'll have to decide for yourself. If you are a heavy user of your iPhone or want to turn your iPod or iPad into a phone, than it definitely is worth it. 

Having an extra number to receive calls and send messages on is ideal for those who do a lot of business over the phone. It will keep your bills lower and allow you to recieve and hold calls on the other line, so that you don't miss any calls. 

Check out the app on itunes for more information and decide for yourself. Thanks for reading and happing calling. 


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