# Release notes
November 20, 2018
# LINE SDK 5.0.0 for iOS released
The LINE SDK 5.0.0 for iOS has been released. For installation and usage instructions, see the LINE SDK for iOS guide.
# LINE Login v2.1 and Social API v2.1 are supported
You can set permissions to be granted to your app as scopes when users log in to your app with the LINE Login. By setting scopes, you can get ID tokens when you get access tokens. Those tokens contain user data according to the scopes you set with the login request.
You can display an option to add your bot as a friend to users logging in to your app. You can get the friendship status between users and your bot with login responses and the Social API.
# New SDK version in Swift
Developed in Swift, the LINE SDK for iOS Swift provides a modern way of implementing LINE APIs. The LINE SDK 5.0.0 for iOS Objective-C is the last version of our Objective-C SDK.
# Open-source SDK
The LINE SDK for iOS Swift is open-sourced. Visit our repository (opens new window) to check the provided code and samples.
# Detailed reference
Now you can access detailed reference based on the source code. For more information, see the followings:
April 13, 2018
# LINE SDK 4.1.1 for iOS released
The LINE SDK 4.1.1 for iOS has been released. You can download the SDK from the following page.
- Fixed an issue that the
LineSDKLoginobject has the access token in cache even after logout.
January 29, 2018
# LINE SDK 4.1.0 for iOS released
The LINE SDK 4.1.0 for iOS has been released. You can download the SDK from the following page.
- The web login process now uses a Safari View Controller instead of an external browser.
March 22, 2017
# LINE SDK for iOS CocoaPod released
We have released the LINE SDK for iOS on CocoaPods. You can now download the LINE SDK for iOS using CocoaPods for your Objective-C and Swift projects.
For information on how to download the SDK with CocoaPods, see the link below.
- Download with CocoaPods (opens new window)
January 27, 2017
# LINE SDK 4.0.1 for iOS released
The LINE SDK 4.0.1 for iOS has been released. You can download the SDK from the following page.
- Fixed an issue which causes an authentication error when using Web Login.
December 13, 2016
# Change to requirement on whitelisting LINE domains
Whitelisting LINE domains is no longer a requirement for using the LINE SDK for iOS. As such, the documentation on whitelisting LINE domains found in the Settings for iOS 9 or later section has been removed.
October 7, 2016
# The LINE SDK 3.2.1 for iOS released
The LINE SDK for iOS has been updated to version 3.2.1. You can download it from the LINE SDK archives on the following page:
- Definition changed for swift.
In addition, the LINE SDK starter application has been revised to be compatibility with this version of the SDK. You can clone or download it from the GitHub repository below.