Vine Expands to the Web
Vine today expanded the availability of its content from mobile devices to the web. It relaunched Vine.co in order to make it simpler and more enjoyable to discover new content. Just as in the mobile app, the web site includes an Explore page, with tabs such as Places, Animals, Trending Tags, and Popular Now. Vine says it has some new sections with curated content, as well. According to Vine, the main Explore function works even when users aren't signed into their account and it is where users can see editor's picks, featured Viners, and playlists. Vine.co is free to access and use, as is the Vine mobile app for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone devices. Vine is owned by Twitter and lets people capture and share short video clips.
Vine for Windows Phone Earns Significant Update
Vine today released a major update to its application for Windows Phones that brings the app more in line with the versions for Android and iOS. The app now has more ways to import video, including from the camera roll.
Vine Making Major Changes, Expands Video Length
Vine today announced a significant shakeup to its core product that it hopes will entice more people to use the video-looping app. Vine is now allowing people to capture and attach video up to 140 seconds, a huge increase from the 6-second limit that's been a core part of the service since it launched.
Vine Adds Music to Video Loops
Vine has updated its Android and iOS apps with a new feature allowing users to easily attach music to their videos. A function called Snap to Beat makes it easy to create what Vine refers to as perfect loops, or soundtracks that loop seamlessly with no breaks.
Vine Releases Kid-Friendly Version of Its App
Vine today revealed a new version of its video-sharing service aimed at kids. The app, called Vine Kids, is separate from the main Vine app, but pulls curated, kid-friendly content from the main service.