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Vine (service)

Knowledge Identifier: &Vine_(service)


Vine (service)

Social networkadd

Category: Business (10)

Founded in 2012.

Countries: (67%), Turkey (33%)

Main connections: Twitter, Xbox One

Linked to: Twitter, Apple Inc., Facebook, Tout




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Founded in June 2012, it was acquired by microblogging website Twitter in October 2012, just prior to its official launch add something


Vine was founded by Dom Hofmann, Rus Yusupov, and Colin Kroll in June 2012 add something


Vine was listed among "Time"'s "50 Best Android Apps for 2013" add something


The service has been used for journalism: on February 1, 2013, a Turkish journalist used it to document the aftermath of a suicide bombing outside the United States embassy in Turkey, for which he found that 6 seconds of video covered all the important details add something


On June 2, 2013, an Android version was released add something


In July 2014, Vine updated their app with a new "loop count" meaning every time someone watches a vine, a number on top of the video will appear showing how many times it was viewed add something


On October 14, 2014, an Xbox One version was released allowing Xbox Live members to watch the looping videos add something


As of January 2015, the accounts with the most followers are: add something


As of March 2015, Viner KingBach is the service's most followed user, with over 11 million followers add something


As of May 2015, Viner KingBach is the service's most followed user, with over 12 million followers add something


The Vines attracted the attention of Gosling himself, and when McHenry died on May 2, 2015, Gosling paid tribute to him by posting a Vine of him eating cereal, effectively ending the series add something


As of December 2015 Vine has 200 million active users add something


As of May 2016, Viner King Bach is the service's most followed user, with over 15 million followers add something


In June 2016, Vine announced that it is experimenting with letting users attach video clips up to 140 seconds add something


"'Vine"' is a download-only short-form video hosting service where until October 2016, users could share six-second-long looping video clips add something


On October 27, 2016, Twitter announced it would disable uploads, but viewing and download would continue to work add something


On December 16, 2016, it was announced that the Vine mobile app would remain operational as a standalone product, allowing users to publish their videos directly to Twitter instead of the Vine service add something


On January 17, 2017, the app was renamed to "Vine Camera" add something


As of December 2017, co-founder Dom Hofmann has announced he has begun working on Vine's successor, V2 add something


The launch is planned for 2018 but reports show that Hoffman has already started reaching out to social media personalities in a hope to secure viral content for the new platform add something


However, in May 2018, Hofmann published a post to V2's community forums stating that the project was being indefinitely postponed, due in large part to "financial and legal hurdles" add something


In November 2018, Co-founder Dan Hoffman announced the upcoming successor to Vine, Byte, known as V2 previously add something


On November 8, 2018, Hofmann announced the official name for 'v2' will be 'Byte' add something


As of June 2019, it has not been released add something


As of July 2019, it has not been released add something