Vine, the highly popular video-based social network, finally has made available its app for the Windows Phone platform. Announced back at the Build conference, the app was shown off recently at the Lumia 1520 and 2520 launch event by Nokia, and it was promised that the app will be arriving soon to the platform, someday. Well, that day is today, and the app is finally live on the Windows Phone Store.
In a teeny tiny statement on Nokia’s Press site, it has been mentioned that the much awaited video based social network Vine is coming to Windows Phone 8 soon, in the official form. Along with Vine, the different social network Path and the best mobile magazine experience Flipboard too is coming to Windows Phone 8 very soon, Nokia announced. It was revealed in Microsoft’s //build/ conference that Flipboard will be coming to Windows 8 and it was then revealed to the press that it was coming to Windows Phone 8 too. With these popular apps coming to the Windows Phone 8, will it finally be relevant at least across casual users? We’ll see.
Twitter has finally launched the Vine Video sharing app for Android. The app was first launched for iPhone earlier this year. Vine let users upload a video clip up to 6 seconds directly from their mobile phone that loops automatically.It even got an update last month that brought option to use the front-facing camera to record videos and tagging function. The videos can also be viewed on the web apart from these apps. Continue reading “Vine video sharing app arrives for Android”