Follow-up to Shuttered Video Sharing Platform ‘Vine’ Coming Spring 2019

The follow-up to discontinued six-second video sharing app Vine is coming on-line early subsequent yr, in accordance to the unique co-founder.

Dom Hoffman introduced the Vine 2 venture again in November 2017, however in a May replace stated that it were postponed for an “indefinite period of time,” bringing up felony and fiscal causes.

our new looping video app is known as byte. launching spring 2019

— dom hofmann (@dhof) November 8, 2018

However, Hoffman has now published by way of Twitter new looping video app known as “byte” is on track for a spring 2019 release.

The authentic Vine was once based in June 2012 and was once obtained by means of Twitter prior to its release in January 2013. The Vine carrier was an enormous hit after release and evolved a devoted fan base, however after it all started to wane in reputation, Twitter made up our minds to shutter it.

Twitter grew to become the unique Vine app into Vine Camera, which permits customers to create six-second video loops that may be shared on Twitter.

Readers within the follow-up to Vine can join to obtain updates on platform’s release on the byte website online.

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