Since Vine is currently an iPhone app, not everyone will have heard about this new tech which was launched by Twitter in January. It is a ‘video-looping’ mobile service that enables its users to create and post short video clips. Video clips created with Vine have a maximum length of 20 seconds and can be shared or embedded on social networking services such as Twitter. Sounding familiar yet? If not, here is some more information about Vine…
The Vine app allows users to capture and share short looping videos up to 6 seconds long similar to Tweets, inspiring creativity while recording through Vine’s with the in-app camera. The camera only records while the screen is being pressed, giving a great effect with the added audio file.
Vine initially was introduced for iOS users; but Twitter is working on bringing the app to other platforms, especially Android which is due to be coming in the near future. This FREE app allows you to easily capture motion and sound, which is amazing and such a new innovative idea that WE at Zeelous love! Better yet, Vine has submitted an app update to the Apple App Store for a feature that lets you tag friends in videos. Impressive?
Capturing life in motion sure is brilliance; it has taken a new edge in the social media experience, captivating, intriguing and bringing more enjoyment to our lives.
What will YOU create?
How do you feel about this move to Android? (Or Vine in general). Are you as excited as us girls at Zeelous are?
You can read more about the app on the Vine blog: https://vine.co/blog