As we told last year, Twitter shut down its six-second video sharing service –Vine on Tuesday, 17 Jan. But the app is not dead yet, it transformed itself into Vine Camera a recording app. With Vine Camera you can directly upload your looping videos to twitter instead of vine.
Vine Camera app
Vine Camera app allows you to record your six second looping video (just you do before on classic vine) and share them instantly on twitter or save those videos in your mobile. This new app also includes vine’s tools like multi-clip trimming, ghost tool, draft support and grid overlay.
This is how Twitter describe its new app:
The Vine Camera is for making 6 second looping videos.
You can post the videos directly to Twitter or save them to your phone. Videos that are posted From the Vine Camera to Twitter will loop.
- Create 6 second looping videos with multiple cuts
- Edit your video to create a perfect loop
- Includes standard Vine creation tools: multi-clip trimming, grid overlay, AF focus, ghost tool, flash and front-facing camera
- Save drafts for later while you create
A tweet form @vine
Vine Camera app come as an update to its classic Vine app. If you already have Vine app, you will receive a update to version 6.0. Once you update your Vine app, it will turn into Vine Camera app with all of its new features.
This app is now available on Play Store. Download it or update your existing app.