Vine app may not have been perfect at launch. In fact, the app launched to quite a bit of criticism for missing features. But that being said, the app has been steadily improving with a stream of updates. And well, it looks like another update has arrived in the Play Store -- this time with a focus on editing.
Instagram announced they had reached the 130 million monthly user milestone back in June. That reveal came at the same time they announced the 15-second Vine-like videos. That of course spurred discussion about how Instagram was the better app and how they were going to steal users from Vine. Well, while Vine may not have the 130 million that Instagram has, they have just shared a rather respectable number of their own.
Vine isn't going down without a fight. After Instagram upped their game and launched similar services, many thought Vine wouldn't hold on, but after multiple updates they've continued to improve their app over time. This weekend Vine received another update on the Android platform with plenty of improvements and fixes.
Vine Android app has once again been updated. This update means the Vine team has now rolled-out a few since we saw Instagram add video. It is looking like the competition has spurred something with Vine, which up until recently had been somewhat lacking on Android. That said, the Vine team is touting this update as the biggest yet with new capture tools, a widget and more.
app updates since we saw video come to Instagram and it looks like the app is now going after another group of users. This latest Vine related news hasn't brought any mention of new features but instead the app is now available for those sporting a Kindle Fire. Simply put, the Vine app has made entry into the Amazon Appstore.
Vine Android App with new features that the social community wants. Vine 1.2.0 now features updates like front-facing camera support and a new upload manager for unsubmitted posts.
Vine video sharing platform is facing some serious competition from Instagram, they've had to up their game. It has only been two days since Facebook announced 15 second videos for Instagram, along with an impressive and top-notch app update, and now Vine is fighting back already. Read on for more details on the massive update Vine just received on Android.
Instagram and their new owners Facebook, announced an all-new and improved version 4.0 with video. The main changes here were to combat the newly popular Vine video sharing brought to us from Twitter. Now that we've had a full day to enjoy the new Instagram with video, we wanted to share 5 reasons why it's better than Vine. Well, on Android at least.
Facebook and Twitter have been trading blows, and recently Facebook even added #hashtags to their network. However, we're now hearing they could be taking one more of the blue-birds ideas and adding Vine-like video features to their newly acquired Instagram app.
Vine has taken the Gold Crown of Social App status away from Instagram. That means that where Instagram previously stood before, at #1 in Social App status on Google Play, now lies Vine. It seems as if then, that consumers really, really like 6 second video clips...