Those Windows Phone users who felt left out as they saw other people send out Vine videos to their heart’s content can now rest easy.
The social media video app is now available for Windows Phone.
The app allows you to capture up to six seconds of video that you then post on their network. Think of it as tweeting with video. The version for Windows Phone has on nice feature: It uses the tile interface of Windows to alert you when new Vines come in.
In case you’re wondering what people are putting up on Vine, up above is a compilation of the so-called best Vines in the last month.
— Vince Horiuchi
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