• Vine 2.0 Will Be Launched As ‘Byte' In Spring 2019

    4 days ago - By Ubergizmo

    When Vine was acquired by Twitter, the company continued to allow the app to run for a while, but last year Twitter announced that they would be shutting Vine down. However for those who loved Vine's short form videos, Vine's co-founder teased that he might be thinking of launching a successor. It was originally due for a launch this summer but due to funding and legal reasons, it was put on hold indefinitely which definitely something fans didn't want to hear. However the good news is that according to Vine's co-founder Dom Hofmann, he has since confirmed Vine 2.0 will be launching in the...
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  • Vine 2.0 is coming: Cofounder teases spring 2019 launch for new app ‘Byte'

    Vine 2.0 is coming: Cofounder teases spring 2019 launch for new app ‘Byte'

    4 days ago - By 9to5Mac

    Back in November of last year, Vine cofounder Dom Hofmann announced he was working on a “followup” to the popular six-second video sharing app. A few months later, however, Hoffman said he was delaying development of Vine 2.0 due to funding and legal concerns.
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  • Vine cofounder announces Byte, a new looping video app launching this spring

    Vine cofounder announces Byte, a new looping video app launching this spring

    4 days ago - By VentureBeat

    Dom Hofmann has been working on a successor to Vine, the 6-second looping video app bought and killed by Twitter, for at least a year.
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  • Byte is the name of Vine's successor and is launching in Spring 2019

    Byte is the name of Vine's successor and is launching in Spring 2019

    4 days ago - By iMore

    Hi welcome to Chili's.
    As hard as it is to believe, it's been almost two years since Twitter officially shut down Vine in January 2017. Vine's founder Don Hofmann shared a logo for "V2" last December suggesting that a sequel to Vine was in the works, and now almost a year later, we know what it'll be called and when we'll be able to play around with it.
    No, it's not called Vine 2. The new video looping service is called "Byte", and according to a tweet from Hofmann this afternoon, it'll launch in Spring 2019.
    You can register for updates at byte.co, and if you want to follow the service on...
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