Vine, the popular video sharing service, has updated its service today, to include direct messaging. The updated service is now being rolled out to iOS and Android devices with an app update on their respective stores. Since launch, Vine has grown into a massive community of video makers, using it mainly for its performance art potential. In the mean time, the community itself started getting personal, with couples vining each other, and viners forming couples, so there obviously was a bit more space for personal communication for Vine as a service, as video messaging has been a long time riddle. We also think that Vine would be happy to know that the service has matured to become part of a particular set of people’s lives, an indication of growth and popularity.
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Twitter has updated the Vine video sharing app for iPhone to version 1.1 that brings option to use the front-facing camera to record videos. You can just tap the button in the bottom left corner to switch to front-facing camera. The new version also brings option to tag people in your post using, just like you do on twitter. This has auto complete feature so that you don’t need to type the full user handle. Continue reading “Vine for iPhone v1.1 update brings mentions and option to use front-facing camera”
Twitter has launched Vine, a new video sharing service that would let users upload a video clip up to 6 seconds directly from their mobile phone. The Vine uses a similar concept to share and discover what’s happening in the world in short and easy way just like Twitter’s 140-character limit. Even though there are several video sharing services that would let you post on twitter, this app seems fun and easy to create short videos, including stop motion videos. Continue reading “Twitter launches Vine video sharing app for iPhone”