Wednesday, 12 December 2018

Twitter kills off Vine

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Friday 28 October 16

Six-second video service to be shut down 'in the coming months' as Twitter reports slowing revenue growth.

Vine, the mobile app owned by Twitter that lets people edit and share six-second home video clips, is closing. The company broke the news in a blog post on Thursday. Users will be able access and download their videos, or Vines as they are called…

Vine, the mobile app owned by Twitter that lets people edit and share six-second home video clips, is closing. The company broke the news in a blog post on Thursday. Users will be able access and download their videos, or Vines as they are called…

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