After killing off Vine back in 2016, its creators have finally released a successor called Byte. The new app focuses on creating and sharing six-second looping videos on the social media platform.
Jason Toff, the former head of the short-video sharing app, Vine, will be joining Facebook for their newly formed apps division called 'NPE'. Not much is known of the project he will be working on.
If you've missed Vine, you might be in luck, as a new platform has just been announced, Byte, which is a new video looping platform being created by the co-founder of Vine, Dom Hofmann.
It has been close to a year since the shuttering of Vine. If you have been yearning to use the app over the past year, you might be in luck. The app's co-founder could be resurrecting the service.
Vine shuttered its famous app in favor of something new and many were worried that the collection of Vine clips would be lost forever. Today, the company has launched an archive of previous clips.
Vine will be transitioning to Vine Camera after today, as the company announced last year. That means users have only today left to download and save their six second creations.
Vine has clarified that it is not fully shutting down the service, but instead transitioning to a pared-down 'Vine Camera' app, with its website being transformed into an archive of Vines.
Having itself been the reported target of acquisition over the last two months, Twitter is rumored to be entertaining bids for Vine, whose shutdown had been announced just over a week ago.
After yesterday's news that Twitter was going to shut down Vine and discontinue its mobile apps, Pornhub has offered to purchase the service and if successful will offer content that is NSFW.
Twitter announced today that it will be shutting down all of the Vine apps. The company has not shared a timeline for when this will happen, but the Vine website will continue on.
The Vine team at Twitter had a domain that allowed anybody - without authentication - to download their images for the Vine webapp. The vulnerability has since been fixed.
As of today, Vine for Windows 10 is now available in the Store on PCs and tablets. The Twitter-owned service is the latest in a growing selection of apps for Microsoft's newest Windows platform.
Microsoft has once again sent out a refresher of all the apps that will be coming in the Universal Windows App format in the near future, in addition to some new apps that were previously missing.
Rudy Huyn, known for his contribution as an app developer for Windows Phone has updated 6sec, an Vine alternative app. The new version includes a refreshed UI, sort options and more.
Twitter has delivered a big update for its Vine app on Windows Phone with a redesigned UI, more camera tools and Vine messages that bring it on par with those on Android and iOS
Twitter's upcoming video service, a potential competitor to industry giant YouTube, is only a few short weeks away - and once launched, will allow users to edit and post lengthy videos.
The first official Vine app for a non-smartphone platform has just been released, as the social network has released a version of the service for Microsoft's Xbox One console.
Microsoft has posted a couple of quick outtakes from their most recent TV commercial, featuring Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson promoting the Surface Pro 2.
Microsoft has posted up a new and quick video clip on Vine that shows a number of old mobile phones falling like dominos as a teaser for an upcoming announcement.
Twitter has now changed its Terms of Service for Vine, which now bans what it considers "explicit sexual content" from being posted via the video app, although some forms of nudity are allowed.
Vine has updated its website to allow users to view their respective news feeds online as well as profiles. Only videos uploaded to the social network were previously available through the website.
The official Vine app for Windows Phone 8 has been updated to resolve sign-in problems for users who were unable to access the app because of passwords that contain certain characters.
Some Vine users are having problems signing into the video-sharing service's new Windows Phone 8 app with their Twitter credentials, with some saying special characters in passwords may be the issue.
The official Vine app for Windows Phone has finally been released following its announcement in July, with the app being essentially feature-complete when compared to its iOS and Android counterparts.
Twitter has updated its apps for iOS and Android as well as on the web with image and Vine previews that automatically appear in your timeline, plus some other design changes.
Twitter may have inadvertently revealed its official Vine app for Windows Phone 8 in an image posted, and then later deleted, from a blog post earlier this week.
Nokia has announced that Vine will be released for Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system, though no exact release date for the video-sharing app has been provided.
In an effort to win back users who have hopped over to Instagram, video sharing app Vine now boasts a major update including improved discovery and imagery tools, as well as numerous bug fixes.
Microsoft has announced an update is available for the official Twitter app for Windows Phone 8 that adds a number of new features, including a way to view embedded Vine videos inside tweets.
Vine, Twitter's short-video sharing app, will make its way to Android sometime today. The app requires Android 4.0 or later, though some features will be missing at launch.
Microsoft have turned to Vine, a popular video-sharing app on iOS, to create cool new Internet Explorer 10 commercials that tout the changes that have been made to modernize the browser.
Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann has confirmed that an Android version of the wildly-popular video sharing app will be on the way "soon." By releasing later on Android, will the company see benefits?
Microsoft said on Friday that it will discontinue its Vine beta service on October 11. In an email to testers, Microsoft said the Vine beta had received positive feedback but that the company had taken the...