Twitter recently launched a new micro video app called Instagram for video & named as “Vine”. The app is pretty impressive & initially is only released for iOS, but can be enjoyed on iPhone & iPod touch. Undoubtedly more devices are focused for getting this wonderful 6 second video app. The app came out live where the CEO & founder Dick Costolo embedded a video into a tweet. When the app comes in for Android, the video facility can turn out to be a great thing. Aim of bringing this short app into Twitter is to capture mini forms of videos of any moment and bring them online. But the pattern is similar as in text where the boundaries end at 140-word while in Vine at six seconds. Now Twitter users have broader way of sharing & that too in fast & simple manner.
The new Vine blog says, “Posts on Vine are about abbreviation – the shortened form of something larger. They’re little windows into the people, settings, ideas and objects that make up your life. They’re quirky, and we think that’s part of what makes them so special,” says the Vine blog. More, this app’s usability is not only for Twitter users only but also for all non-members ones. When Twitter bought Vine, a video sharing facility based in New York, it was expected that Twitter will come into video services soon.