Vine Offers a Branch to Windows Phone
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Vine today launched its first application for Microsoft's Windows Phone platform. Vine, which is owned by Twitter, lets users record six seconds of video that can then be shared through various social networks online. Vine first launched in December 2012 for the iPhone and earlier this year for Android. Today marks the first time it is officially available for devices running Windows Phone 8. Unique to Windows Phone, Vine users can pin their favorite Vine accounts to the WP8 home screen. Vine is free to download from the Windows Phone Store.
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