Vine to Be Replaced By ‘Pared-Down’ Vine Camera App

Goodbye, Vine: Hello, Vine Camera.

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Goodbye, Vine: Hello, Vine Camera.

Twitter announced in October that it was scrapping Vine, its standalone application that allowed users to create looping 6.5-second videos. The Vine team revealed the next step Friday.

In January, the Vine app will be “transitioned’ into a pared-down app called Vine Camera, which will still enable users to create 6.5-second looping videos and share them to Twitter or save them to their smartphones.

The Vine team also said it will provide a way for Vine users to migrate their followers to their Twitter accounts “in the coming days.”

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Finally, all Vine users can now download their Vines via the app or the Vine website.

Vine added a frequently asked questions page with additional details, including:

  • Once Vine Camera is live, users will no longer be able to download their Vines via the app.
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