By introducing Vine, Twitter has valued itself and is being considered a multi-billion dollar company. Vine is a simple feature added by Twitter to expand the social network’s without any complexity. Using this innovative feature user can insert videos while tweeting. Like its 140-character limit, Vine forces brevity of 6 seconds. It’s GIF reborn.
Vine does not required Twitter login as it is a standalone application. User having touch screen iPhone and iPod touch can download the application capture the clip and upload it to Facebook Twitter Vine’s own network.
It’s unique shooting interface makes it innovative. When you focus your camera on something interesting, you press your finger on the screen to capture the clip then release it to pause the recording. To take the multiple clips, repeat it. After you have filled six seconds, the app will automatically call it a wrap.
To arouse the creativity, Vine has its terms and condition, like its parent co Twitter. Vine Co-founder Dom Hofmann published in his blog post “[Vine posts] are little windows into the people, settings, ideas and objects that make up your life. They’re quirky, and we think that’s part of what makes them so special.”
Although, Vine is not compatible for Android users, however Twitter’s Product Michael Sippey disclosed that we are on the way to bring the Vine to other platforms.