Just yesterday we reported that Vine for Android had officially launched, and the good news is if you’re a Windows Phone user and were feeling a little left out, it turns out there an unofficial Vine app in the works that will be making its way onto Windows Phone in the near future. According to a video posted, developer Rudy Huyn shows off the Vine app which apparently only took him about 9 hours to create. We’re not sure when the app will be making its way onto Windows Phone, but as it stands it has been designed for Windows Phone 8 in mind, so those still running on older versions of the operating system, you guys are out of luck for now. This unofficial Vine app is currently sitting at version 0.1 and Huyn plans to release another progress video later on, so stay tuned for more updates! In the meantime you can check out the app in the video above.

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