Vine Successor ‘V2’ Development Postponed Indefinitely

Vine was quite popular many years ago and it ended up being acquired by Twitter in 2013. The microblogging network didn’t really provide it with the kind of support that the community might have been expecting. Moreover, Instagram took the looping video concept to another level so Vine’s graph gradually declined. Vine was then shut down by Twitter. Its co-founder Dom Hofmann recently revealed that he has been working on […]


Vine Successor Launch Due This Summer

Vine used to be all the rage a few years ago. The app enabled users to upload 6-second videos and that led to people creating some very interesting and funny content that stuck to that very short time limit. Vine was acquired by Twitter in 2013 but the microblogging network didn’t really give it the kind of support that it needed, particularly at a time when Instagram moved into the […]


Vine 2.0 Teased By Co-Founder

In this day and age of social media where it is dominated by short-form videos like Snapchat and Instagram Stories, it would have been interesting to see how Vine would have fared. Unfortunately Twitter shut down the service before we could find out, although by the looks of it, we could be getting another shot.


Vine’s Co-Founder Says He’s Working On A ‘Follow-Up’

Back in 2012, Twitter acquired Vine ahead of its official launch which seemed to spawn a trend of short-form videos, resulting in some people becoming internet celebrities as a result. However in 2016, Twitter announced that they would be shutting the service down, where in early 2017 the service officially shut its doors.


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Vine Users’ Emails Were Compromised

Twitter has informed users of its now-defunct Vine platform that their email addresses and in some cases, their phone numbers, were compromised to third parties. The company mentions that the user information was only exposed for a day and that it wasn’t misused, but still, users should be careful and keep an eye on any unusual activity associated with their email accounts.


Vine Launches A Searchable Video Archive Of Its Old Videos

As you’ve probably learnt by now, Vine has shut down its video services. This was confirmed back in October of 2016 where Twitter announced their plans to shutter the service. That being said, it seems that Vine isn’t quite done with video just yet as the platform has just launched a searchable video archive (as reported by TechCrunch) of all the videos that have been uploaded to its website.


Vine Shuts Down Today

It was officially confirmed by Twitter last year that it would be shutting down its six-second video platform Vine in a few months. The company announced a few weeks back that Vine will officially be dumped on January 17th, 2017. That’s today, which means that today is the last day you can download videos from the platform before they’re no longer available for download.


Vine Shut Down Date Is January 17th

Twitter confirmed a couple of months ago that it was killing Vine. The service has been around for a couple of years and while it enjoyed popularity in the beginning, people started to lose interest in the app once better versions of its features were provided by rivals like Instagram. People no longer saw the need to limit themselves to six-second looping videos. It has been confirmed today that the […]


Vine Will Continue To Live On As A Standalone Camera App

As you might have heard, Twitter announced back in October that they would be shutting Vine down. Many had assumed that this is the end, and it sort of is, but at the same time it sort of isn’t because Vine will continue to live on, just not in the same capacity as it once was. Instead Vine will now be relaunched as a standalone camera app.


Vine Could Be Saved As Twitter Is Reportedly Considering Selling It

We’re sure that many were bummed when it was announced that Twitter would be shutting down Vine. Granted the app and platform isn’t what it used to be especially thanks to other platforms like Snapchat, YouTube, and Instagram, but it did manage to create its own group of Vine celebrities.


Vine’s Biggest Stars Reportedly Asked For $1.2m To Keep The App Alive

If you’re looking for short and sweet content, Vine is the perfect place to look for them, namely thanks to the app’s 6 second video limit. Or at least it used to be the perfect place until YouTube, Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram started to gain more traction, so much so that Twitter announced that they would be shutting the app and service down.


Vine’s Co-Founders Launch A Live Streaming App Called ‘Hype’

Facebook Live is a feature that the social network is offering its users in which users can create live broadcasts and share them with their friends, colleagues, family, followers, and so on. Now Facebook Live is obviously not the only one of its kind as there are other similar apps such as Periscope, and last we checked Instagram was working on a similar feature as well.


Giphy Will Let Vine Users Transfer Their Content Over To Their Website

Twitter has announced that they will be shutting Vine down. However the good news is that Vine users will be given time to download and save their uploaded content, even if it is just for memories. However the good news for Vine users is that if you still want your content to be available online, Giphy has swooped in to the rescue.


Pornhub Cheekily Offers To Buy Vine From Twitter

As you might have heard by now, Twitter has announced that they will be shutting down Vine in the next few months. The video service was pretty popular at its inception and even managed to create several Vine stars, who were kind of like YouTube celebrities, except that it was based on their Vine uploads.