Vine arrives for Android 4.0+ devices
After what seems like a painstakingly long time, Vine has been officially released on the Android platform. Available immediately, the free app lets users shoot, watch, or share the short video clips that seem to be popping up everywhere.
Those of you who have spent time with the iOS version will find that the Android app is a little bit different. Not to worry, though, this is a preliminary release with plenty of updates expected in short order. In fact, the developers promise there will eventually be features for Android that are exclusive to the platform.
Over the coming weeks, you’ll see frequent updates with new features –– including front-facing camera, search, mentions and hashtags, and the ability to share to Facebook… we have exciting plans for features that could exist only on Android. We even added a few features that are unique to Android: zoom (on devices that support it), and much improved offline browsing.
[download_link link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.vine.android” variation=”hotpink” target=”blank”]Download Vine for Android (Google Play)[/download_link]
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