Short-form video platform Vine is celebrating it's third year of existence by showcasing the best content of the last year and releasing a new 'Trends on Vine' tool to help people uncover and understand how Vine trends originate and spread.
Everyone’s favo rite 6-second video app Vine has released an update, extending their recently upgraded search functionality to a new recommendations panel. And while video content continues to grow in popularity, Vine may be well-placed to capitalize on that increase in attention - if it can build a workable and beneficial way to incentivize its top creators.
Twitter-owned video platform Vine has introduced a raft of new features this year, all of which have added to the user experience. And as it's slowly and quietly grown, Vine has established a place within the wider social space, and could, possibly, be positioned to be the next big platform. Don't believe me? The numbers may tell the story.
Six-second video app Vine has released a new feature which enables users to 'remix' their favorite Vine clips by re-using the audio tracks. The capability will help expand the use of Vine for viral memes, spreading the reach of Vine content and the work of artists.