Vine: Video Sharing Twitter App Coming Soon to Android


Back in January Twitter introduced their new service - Vine, which allowed users to capture and share short looping videos (6 seconds or less). This app was made available for the iOS users via iTunes store. Will this app ever make it to Android phones? Apparently so, Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann has confirmed to The Verge that the popular video sharing application is coming to Android.

Vine: Video Sharing Twitter App Coming Soon to Android


Dom Hofmann also said they are looking to introduce a new feature which allows users to tag friends with the videos, but this bit still needs approval from Apple. Hofmann says, for now vine is focusing on in providing a better user experience. The vine team has apparently noticed that many of the videos seam to end awkwardly and look cut-short. In order to provide a solution to this, vine now lets you shoot videos past the 6 seconds up to 6.5 seconds, which means the app will continue recording up to half a second after the progress bar ends.

Hofmann man has said that the new change has considerably improved the quality of videos. Coming back to the soon to come Android app, it is to be made available on Google play soon, but that is all the information, there is to it, for now. Gizbot will keep you updated, if any new details pop up. In the meanwhile, let us know if you are exited about the upcoming android app, in the comments section below.

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