Fame in the social media age is a fickle thing. For Vine stars Jack and Jack, it means they’re selling out huge audiences on their cross country tour, but only screaming teenage girls know their names.
Vine’s newest feature lets users import video into the app. This is bound to delight the brands trying to reach teens, who can now produce prettier Vines, at the risk of alienating the teens themselves.
The way my daughters watch what used to be called TV is fascinating: it happens anywhere, it’s YouTube and Vine and Twitch shows about playing Minecraft, and it’s all driven by the social community around those programs
Goal highlights are the most exciting, shareable and spontaneous moments of the World Cup. But ESPN and others are using copyright law to remove them from social media.
Six-second videos on 50-inch screens? It’s gonna happen this year, thanks to a new Vine app for the Xbox One.
If you think SoundCloud you probably think of music first, but that’s not all the platform is about — maybe Twitter was thinking more Vine than Spotify when it looked into the Berlin-based audio outfit.
Four months after releasing its first desktop experience, video sharing platform Vine (s twtr) announced via blog post on Thursday that it released a refined update to its website, Vine.co. In addition to a sleeker look, the new desktop platform also packs a new search engine, allowing users to find Vines via person, tag or location. Users can also access trending tags and popular videos more easily through the “Explore” page. Still, Vine.co remains a place for users to view and share videos only — video creation remains exclusive to its mobile apps.
The tool, which is gaining a degree of popularity within the maker movement, now provides a way to include moving images in its instructional storyboards.
JumpCam is launching its Android version less than two months after debuting on iOS. The small startup took this step because for its app to go viral, it really needed to be on both platforms.
Ever wanted to share a short video of the thing you just saw on TV? ConnecTV’s new app lets you do just than in a Vine-like fashion.