Back in October, it was announced that Vine was shutting its doors. Now, the Twitter-owned service is backing up just a bit, announcing that instead of a total shutdown, Vine will be turned into an app called Vine Camera, allowing for the continued creation of 6-second looping videos. (more…)
Vine announced the upcoming closure of its mobile apps today, with complete shutdown to happen in the coming months. Even with that sad news, the company states that it will keep its desktop version alive, allowing you to go back and watch your past creations. However, if you want to save those clips and move them to somewhere else, you should probably download the app and get on that. (more…)
Vine, the social media platform that allows you to post six second clips, is receiving an update to bring an easier process for adding music. To start, Vine is introducing Snap to Beat. With this feature, under the details page, Vine can help you create a “perfect loop” or “seamless loop,” which is a loop featuring music where the listener/watcher can’t tell the beginning from the end. Until now, only those are who obsessed with creating perfect Vines were able to produce this. (more…)
Vine, an app you stopped using once Instagram introduced videos, received an update today via Google Play for Android devices. Inside the update, new capture screen settings are included for those who still use the service, making it easier to upload your previously recorded work.
The new settings include a button to access videos already in your gallery for uploading, an undo last recording button, and a flashlight button for recording in low light areas.
Full and official changelog can be viewed below. (more…)
For anyone still rocking Vine, you will be happy to learn that the company has introduced a direct messaging feature, known as Vine Messaging, into the application. Basically, you can make private Vines and then send them to your friends that you have added onto your friends list. You can also send Vines to people you are not friends with, but that might come off as a little stalkerish. (more…)
If you are still holding on to the glory days of Vine, even after Instagram tried its best to kill it by introducing its own video service, you’ll be happy to hear about the latest update. Released this afternoon to Google Play, the new version of Vine includes channels (15 of them to be precise), “revining” of favorite posts, a fast capture widget, new capture tools (focus, grid, and ghost), and more.
Go get it! (Assuming it’s not a staged rollout.) (more…)