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Vine will shut down for good this month

05/01/2017

Twitter broke a lot of hearts last October when it announced that it was closing down Vine, the popular platform for sharing six-second (...)
Twitter broke a lot of hearts last October when it announced that it was closing down Vine, the popular platform for sharing six-second videos. The company recently noted that it would still support the creation of these clips with a new Vine Camera app. An FAQ page on Vine’s site confirms that the app will become available on January 17, along with the shuttering of the community. You’ll still be able to browse Vines on the site, which will be turned into an archive of clips. Plus, the Vine Camera app will allow you to share your creations on Twitter,… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Vine Twitter broke a lot of hearts last October when it announced that it was closing down Vine, the popular platform for sharing six-second videos. The company recently noted that it would still support the creation of these clips with a new Vine Camera app. An FAQ page on Vine’s site confirms that the app will become available on January 17, along with the shuttering of the community. You’ll still be able to browse Vines on the site, which will be turned into an archive of clips. Plus, the Vine Camera app will allow you to share your creations on Twitter,… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Vine
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