Vine has introduced new features to its video-looping service that allow users to grab audio from other videos to use on their own creations. Aside from the audio remix function, new music discovery tools have also been added.
Vine star King Bach will star in a Fox comedy which also features Key & Peele's Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. The untitled show will follow the personality as an undercover cop who returns to take revenge on childhood enemies.
Social media is a huge part of politics these days, so much so that Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush was actually tweeting and joining social networks while simultaneously debating on national television.
New music functionality on Vine gives users the ability to add music directly from their phones. Users can add a song from the app's new music library, or upload a track themselves, and then 'snap to beat' to create "seamless loops."
Twitter bowed to pressure from a U.K. epilepsy charity recently after it was accused of posting "massively dangerous" ads that had the potential to cause seizures. The flashing, looping Vine ads were removed by the social media company…
People like bragging about looking good, and there's nothing wrong with that. OneSet, the fitness community built on Vines launched a beta app for Android in May, and already has over 5,000 downloads and a community of over 8,000 users.
It's been so long since Vine for Windows Phone got an update that users may well have resigned themselves to the idea that they'd forever be ignored. But there's good news: the Twitter-owned startup has just blown off the dust and rolled…
Vine this week rolled out a few enhancements for iOS users of its video-loop app. Besides a speed bump to make the app start up faster, users can also watch Vines offline, making it good to use any time, anywhere.