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.
Check out the redesign at Vine.co.
Previously Vine pushed users to register and/or sign in before they could use the website, but now anyone can openly browse channels and check out what’s popular, view featured videos and peruse editor’s picks.
There’s also a prominent search bar at the top of the screen to help you find specific content.
“Up until now, the primary way to watch, share and discover Vine videos has been on your phone,” says Janessa Det, web developer at Vine. “We’ve heard from the Vine community that you sometimes want to explore Vine and view videos on your computer too. We’re excited to introduce a brand-new version of vine.co, which adds a bunch of new features that will help you find and discover Vine videos on the web.”
(Source: Vine Blog.)