Every month more than 100 million people watch Vine videos across the web, Twitter and Facebook, and there are now more than one billion Vine loops every day. Accordingly, Vine keeps adding new features to appease this ever-growing audience, and this week the platform has unveiled a brand new camera that offers powerful new ways to film and edit your content.
Vine, which was acquired by Twitter in October 2012, launched in January 2013 and became the most-downloaded free app in the iOS App Store three months later, has positioned itself as the de facto short video sharing platform and a favourite amongst socially savvy marketers.
This week Vine has launched Loop Counts, a simple but powerful new feature on the iOS and Android apps that shows how many times fans have looped a video within Vine and in embeds across the web.
Vine, the short video mobile sharing app that was acquired by Twitter in 2012, has debuted a new look for their website, with new features and a greater emphasis on discovery.
It’s the second calendar year Vine has been in existence, and it’s fittingly being used more creatively than ever.
Twitter teamed up with the Today Show to bring a 360-degree Vine booth to the red carpet of the 2014 Golden Globes.
The Vine videos of celebrity fashion were all hosted on the Golden Globes’ official Vine account throughout the red carpet.
Cinemax is demonstrating how effective Vine can be for TV networks beyond behind-the-scenes sneak peeks.
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