Twitter has launched Vine, a standalone video-sharing app for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It will allow users to take short films (six-second videos) using mobile phones and embed them into their tweets. If you are Android users… you will have to wait… Twitter said they are working on taking Vine to other platforms.
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Michael Sippe, Vice-President of Product at Twitter wrote in a blog post, “Like Tweets, the brevity of videos on Vine (6 seconds or less) inspires creativity. Now that you can easily capture motion and sound, we look forward to seeing what you create.”
Dom Hofmann, the co-founder and general manager of Twitter’s Vine, wrote: “Twitter, we want to make it easier for people to come together to share and discover what’s happening in the world. We also believe constraint inspires creativity, whether it’s through a 140-character Tweet or a six-second video.”
Twitter’s a standalone video-sharing app, Vine launch will give a challenge for sites such as:
Viddy : It is a simple way for anyone to capture, beautify, and share amazing videos with the world. Viddy lets you capture key moments of your life, instantly produce it into a beautiful video, and share it with those who matter most.
SocialCam : A revolutionary mobile video share experience for iPhone and Android.
Threadlife : Threadlife is the easiest way for you and your friends to create 3-second video clips on your iPhone.
Tout : a real-time information network for up-to-the minute video updates across news, sports, politics, entertainment or whatever moves you.
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