by: Vine Labs • 1.1M
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.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Jun 04, 2013
The Vine Camera is for making 6 second looping videos.
You can post the videos directly to Twitter or save them to your phone. Videos that are posted From the Vine Camera to Twitter will loop.
Create 6 second looping videos with multiple cuts.
Edit your video to create a perfect loop.
Includes standard Vine creation tools: multi-clip trimming, grid overlay, AF focus, ghost tool, flash and front-facing camera.
Save drafts for later while you create.