The popular social media site Twitter purchased the company Vine recently and just today, launched their new app integrating the service on iOS
The service allows users to upload 6 second videos to Twitter or Facebook. The videos can either be 6 seconds of straight video, or chopped segments of video mashed together. There is a lot of room for creativity with this application. Videos can only be shot USING the application, which is a limitation. I would like to be able to go through existing videos and clip them.
The app is available today on iOS so you can try it out now on your iPhone, iPod, or iPad. There is no Android app available at the minute, but it should be available soon, probably in the coming months. Vine is free on the iOS App Store today.
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