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Vine and Evernote are among first Android apps for Chrome OS to land in Web Store

Vine and Evernote are among first Android apps for Chrome OS to land in Web Store

By 11 September 2014

The first Android apps for Chromebook are now available. Android apps like Duolingo, Evernote, Sight Words, and Vine have landed in the Chrome Web Store, essentially making your Chromebook more of an 'on-the-go' machine than you ever thought possible:... >>

Vine now lets you import existing videos and edit with new tools

Vine now lets you import existing videos and edit with new tools

By 20 August 2014

Viners have long used hacks and tricks to create cool 6-second video clips, but a new app update has just made their ability to create a little easier. Twitter-owned Vine has announced new camera features that allows you to edit videos and import existing... >>

Top 20 Viners to follow - and instantly become addicted to Vine

Top 20 Viners to follow - and instantly become addicted to Vine

By 8 August 2014

Let's be real here: Vine is addicting. You open the mobile app or go to the website, thinking you'll only watch a few video clips, and then suddenly it is two hours later. So, what makes Twitter's 6-second video service so addictive? The Viners. The talent... >>

Just how popular was that Vine? Check the loop count

Just how popular was that Vine? Check the loop count

By 1 July 2014

We all know when Vines become popular and instantly surface to the front, but knowing just how many times people viewed those six-second videos has never been clear. We simply had to trust they were indeed the most watched Vines in that moment. Well a... >>

Vine overhauls website with robust search and more, just five months after launch

Vine overhauls website with robust search and more, just five months after launch

By 2 May 2014

Vine has overhauled its 5-month-old website. Twitter launched the Vine mobile app in 2013, letting users watch, share, and discover 6-second videos. Then, in January, it launched a website with user profiles. A placeholder website existed previously,... >>

Twitter's Vine app adds VM feature for private video and text messaging

Twitter's Vine app adds VM feature for private video and text messaging

By 3 April 2014

Twitter's Vine video-sharing app has added a new messaging feature appropriately called Vine messages (or VM - similar to DM for Direct messaging on Twitter). Twitter said it realised very early on that Vine users needed a way to privately message. It's... >>

Vine bans porn and that includes mucky selfies

Vine bans porn and that includes mucky selfies

By 7 March 2014

Vine claims that it has banned pornography on its video-sharing platform. It has prohibited explicit sexual content in submissions to the social video network and has changed its terms and conditions and rules. "As we've watched the community and your... >>

Vine rounds up most memorable videos to celebrate its first birthday

Vine rounds up most memorable videos to celebrate its first birthday

By 23 January 2014

Twitter-owned Vine, the social network behind six-second videos, is celebrating its first birthday on Thursday with a "Year on Vine" webpage rounding up 18 minutes of the most memorable Vines throughout the year. "Through your creativity, humor and the... >>

Vine's website and profiles are now live, with new full-screen TV Mode

Vine's website and profiles are now live, with new full-screen TV Mode

By 3 January 2014

Shortly after inviting all Vine users to grab their custom web profile URLs, Twitter-owned Vine has officially launched a dedicated website. A placeholder website existed previously, but now Vine users can go to vine.co, log in and view their home feed.... >>

Vine web profiles are coming, grab your custom URL now

Vine web profiles are coming, grab your custom URL now

By 20 December 2013

Vine's website is now inviting Vine users to reserve their custom URLs - because online profiles are coming soon. Vine is officially accessible only through its iOS, Android, and Windows apps, but it looks like the company finally wants turn its placeholder... >>