Vine

United States / English

Vine

Vine Labs, Inc.,


Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple Photo & Video 6.0 January 17, 2017 1.2

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44%
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Versions
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Version 6.0 released on January 17, 2017
Vine has become the Vine Camera! With this camera app you can still make six-second looping videos and post them to Twitter or save them to your phone. Happy Vining!

Version 6.0.1 released on January 27, 2017
Vine has become the Vine Camera! With this camera app you can still make six-second looping videos and post them to Twitter or save them to your phone. Happy Vining!

Version 5.9.0 released on March 15, 2016
Thanks for using Vine! This update includes performance improvements and bug fixes. We regularly update our app to provide you with an even better experience. Download our updates to be sure you're using the best version of Vine. You can also turn on automatic updates: tap Settings > iTunes & App Store > enable Updates.

Version 5.7.0 released on March 01, 2016
Bug fixes and stability improvements

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App Description

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 The Vine Camera supports iPhone 4s and up, running iOS9+.

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Vine Ranking History | Photo & Video

Vine daily app ranking in Photo & Video category for the last 30 days.

Vine Worldwide Rankings | Photo & Video

Vine rankings per country in Photo & Video category.

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