10,000,000 - 50,000,000 downloads
- Ease of use
- Few yet selected editing options
- Requires Android ICS (4.0) or higher
- It needs further updates
Create and share video clips.
Vine was launched on January for iOS, but it has taken a long time to land on Android. In case you don't know, it's a yet another social network, we could say similar to Instagram, but based not on pics or animated gifs, but short six second video clips. You can shoot your video through the app and it will automatically cap it to meet the six seconds limit.
The great news is that this Android version comes with an extra feature iOS hasn't yet: along the editing options, there's one to zoom in. On the other hand, some features must wait for next updates, such as hashtagging and Facebook sharing. This app is meant for Twitter, Viners-to-be.
By the way, everything else on our iPhone's review apply. This app is extremely easy to use, which doesn't mean it's useful at all. It's a new craze, and time will tell.
• Unlimited uploads and free
• Instantly post videos on Vine, then share to Twitter and Facebook
• Find, follow, and interact with people close to you
• Explore trending posts, featured hashtags and editor's picks
• And so much more
Have questions, problems, or feedback? Reach out to us at @vineapp on Twitter.
Bug fixes and improvements.
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i cant upload any vine. pls fix bug
I got my vines on my gallery n I want to upload it. So I press the add button n it says which option I picked gallery, so I choose the vid that I wanted to upload n it loads to the vid n kept forcing me to pick the options available so please fix this. Idk if I explained it right but please try to understand..
Poorly optimized app, crashes constantly and doesn't let me leave the app
Very entertaining and fun