Vine was acquired by Twitter last year, company renowned for making a mobile app that allows people to film 6 second short videos and share them on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. You might be thinking to ask why not the Android version yet? Many of you know Vine was founded in June 2012 pretty handsome time has passed but there is no news from the company regarding the Android version, maybe it’s totally out of plan, but this app is getting hype over internet and users so thought to share about it.
What’s It All About?
Tech geeks has always been busy in catching and sharing the internet news, the launch of Vine has made a lot of noise among market and people who love to capture and share. Sharing movies has always been fun and an attraction to catch people to profiles. Vine is a simple application that allows people to create a short video up to 6 seconds long. Vine is compatible and can be used with iPod Touch, iPad or iPhone for creating short videos and posting them directly to social media profiles.
Sometimes simplicity makes things gold and sometimes it makes them flop, Vine’s attraction is its simplicity, this app can be started with the press of a button and stop instantly by moving back you finger. The best of all is you can start right from where you stopped all this has made this fantastic app a use of fun.
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