Vine Releases Kid-Friendly Version of Its App
Jan 30, 2015, 12:47 PM by Eric M. Zeman
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. Kids can swipe left or right to see the next Vine video and tap the screen to get sound. The app uses animated characters to help kids use the app. Vine lets people record short videos that are played back in a loop, but Vine Kids only permits playback. Vine Kids is free to download from the iTunes App Store. Vine, which is owned by Twitter, didn't say if or when Vine Kids would be available for Android devices.
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