Vine releases Desktop app for Windows 10
Twitter’s popular social video service Vine is now available for Windows 10 PCs and tablets. Now you can create and share vines from any video saved on your PC or tablet. You’ll receive native notifications, and updates will show up on Vine’s Start menu Live Tile. The company’s Vine app has been available on Windows Phone and Windows 10 users can now try it on their PC and tablet devices running Windows 10.
For Windows 10 Mobile, the update will probably arrive in the coming weeks. The new Windows 10 app for Vine includes features like Live Tiles, drag-and-drop upload, and an adaptive user interface. If you’re a fan of taking in the often-hilarious videos 6 seconds at a time, you’ll now be able to kick back and meander through your feed from the comfort of your Windows 10 machine of choice. You can venture through channels split up by category, check out trending vines and more. And you’ll be able to check out Live Tiles, and you can even pin your favorite channels and accounts to your Start menu.
Vine was founded by Dom Hofmann, Rus Yusupov, and Colin Kroll in June 2012. The company was acquired by Twitter in October 2012 for a reported $30 million. Vine officially launched on January 24, 2013 as a free app for iOS devices. Vine enables users to record short video clips up to around six seconds long while recording through its in-app camera. The camera records only while the screen is being touched, enabling users to edit on the fly or create stop motion effects.
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