Twitter intros ‘Vine’ video sharing app

Micro blogging platform Twitter has launched a new app streaming video service for smartphones, called Vine, foray of a new thread which hit modern generation to experience much more fast social network.

Vine app will allow users to capture and share video snippets, short six-second looping videos from iPhones or iPods.

Meanwhile, now users can easily share looping video clips via Vine even easily embedded within tweets.

Twitter’s new Vine app is an independent app for Apple’s iPhone has become available freely at Apple’s App Store across the world, reports said.

The new video streaming app which offer smart service of messaging much creative smart videos  into small section was acquired by Twitter in 2012, a three-person startup based in New York.

Moreover, reports are that there are some privacy issues with Vine, later confronted by the company that it was because of a bug, allow Vine users to see the phone number and e-mail addresses of other users. Twitter cleared that there was no option to post information from other accounts.

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