News by Andrew Kameka on Tuesday November 12, 2013.
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Vine, the six-second video sharing service launched by Twitter in January, is finally making its way to Windows Phone. Having already been available for Android and iOS for several months, Windows Phone users can share or view short videos depicting jokes, stop animation, or whatever else they can fit inside the six-second window.
Though the link is not yet live, Vine has confirmed that it will launch the Vine Windows Phone app today, so check the Windows Store throughout the day to grab the free app. Like its counterpart on other operating systems, the app can record with a front or rear facing camera. It also has the unique capability of being able to pin favorite accounts to the start screen.
Download Vine for Windows Phone (Link may not be available)source: Vine, via: Engadget
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