Maybe, just maybe, the Windows Phone app ecosystem will get better. Vine announced today (via their blog) that Vine for Windows Phone is now Available. I’m no Vine user but there are millions who are and it is a popular app. If Windows Phone continues to attract large apps such as Vine, could they possibly attract other quailty apps to the platform? Read the Vine announcement below.
Today, we’re launching Vine for Windows Phone, making it easy for even more people to capture and share life in motion.
Tap and hold the screen to create short, looping videos with sound. Camera tools, like grid and ghost, help you shoot like a pro, and, of course, you can put yourself in the action with your front-facing camera. Check out Explore to view popular posts, browse through channels, or see what’s trending, and discover which of your friends are already on Vine with Find People.
Unique to Windows Phone, you can pin your favorite Vine accounts to your homescreen, and use Pivots to easily switch between your apps.
We love to see what each person contributes to Vine, and we’re excited to welcome Windows Phone users to the community.
Check out @vineapp to keep up with the latest from Vine, and tweet your feedback to us too –– we’re listening.
Posted by Ryan Swigart (@ryan_swigart)
Hit the link below for the Vine blog and keep an eye out for the Vine app on Windows Phone.
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