Jun 03 AT 9:51 AM Nick Gray 23 Comments

Vine for Android is finally here!

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Ladies and gentlemen, we present Vine for Android! At long last Vine for Android is finally here, four and a half months after it made its debut on iOS. Twitter’s 6-second video sharing app weighs in at 18MB and will work on Android devices running 4.0 or higher. From what we can gather, Vine for Android comes with most of the same features iOS users have been enjoying, though Android users are the first to be treated to a new zoom feature.

So what are you waiting for? Hit the download link and create your first Vine. Be sure to share a link to your amazing creations in the comments below.

 

Source: Vine Blog

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. He started HTCsource.com (the first HTC blog) back in 2007 and later joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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  • http://goo.gl/tQ2E wwJOSHdo

    Now to figure out what this “Vine” is and try it out! :)

    • http://goo.gl/tQ2E wwJOSHdo

      Ah, so it’s kinda like Keek, but you get about half the time to record. Still pretty cool!

      • epps720

        Not sure what Keek is either but will have to check it out to see if it lives up to all the hype

        • waerihuwehj

          Hidden due to low comment rating. Click here to see.

  • kyle

    Hidden due to low comment rating. Click here to see.

    • melissa ghoisington

      up to I saw the draft of $4886, I didnt believe that…my… best friend could actualey making money part-time from there computar.. there great aunt has done this for only twentey months and just now cleard the dept on their mini mansion and got a top of the range Lancia Straton. we looked here, http://goo.gl/QsBS3CHECK IT OUT

  • redraider133

    It’s good android is getting more of these apps. I’m sure not everyone will like it, but it’s a fun and great way to waste some time. Not to mention funny seeing some of the videos that people make.

  • http://goncalossilva.com goncalossilva

    Looking good, but buggy as hell. Can’t even update my profile information. Waiting for 1.1 ;-)

  • Tico4674

    No front facing camera support?

  • slimx30

    ooh an app that I can share 6 second videos on! how innovative! /s

    • Athiwat Chunlakhan

      It’s like you’re saying how innovation Twitter is. Look at how out turns out.

  • smeghead68

    What is Vine and what is it good for?

  • Starship

    Back in my day, IOS apps took at least a year to come to Android and they were just web portals! You kids these days have it lucky.

  • ihatefanboys

    Great job and cute cartoon, but no explanation of what Vine is or why I would want i makes me not interested enough to click the link.

  • donger

    Nice, never tried this on iOS.

  • Joakim

    “Though we’ve been very focused on releasing Vine for Android, we’ve continued to release updates and add new features to the iOS app. As a result, the two apps are not perfectly in sync, but that won’t be the case for long. Over the coming weeks, you’ll see frequent updates with new features —— including front-facing camera, search, mentions and hashtags, and the ability to share to Facebook —— as well as bug fixes and performance improvements. Of course, this is only the beginning —— we have exciting plans for features that could exist only on Android.”

    https://vine.co/blog

  • Eben1277

    Someone please explain how this became popular when that Tout app didn’t do shit (popularity wise.) I haven’t used either so there may be a good reason that I just don’t know about.

  • Christopher Perkins

    I waited for this, thinking it was going to be a lot more fun, seamless, and intricate with Twitter behind it, but was very disappointed by its limitations and will stick with Cinemagram for now.

    For those in question of value:
    I animate cartoons for my YouTube Channel. These apps are a great way to give my followers sneak peeks at the cartoons I’m currently working on vs a plain ol’ boring static image. Its a lil more fun for my medium ;)

  • Nick Armold

    “Vine for Android comes with most of the same features iOS users have been enjoying”

    The Android version doesn’t have the ability to switch to the front-facing camera yet. iOS does

  • Indra Darma

    Versi Android Sony Xperia Miro 4.1.2 Jelly Bean

  • KRS_Won

    Vine makes me realize how adhd everyone really is.

  1. Now to figure out what this “Vine” is and try it out! :)

    • Ah, so it’s kinda like Keek, but you get about half the time to record. Still pretty cool!

      • Not sure what Keek is either but will have to check it out to see if it lives up to all the hype

        • waerihuwehjGuest 2 years ago

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  2. kyleGuest 2 years ago

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    • melissa ghoisingtonGuest 2 years ago

      up to I saw the draft of $4886, I didnt believe that…my… best friend could actualey making money part-time from there computar.. there great aunt has done this for only twentey months and just now cleard the dept on their mini mansion and got a top of the range Lancia Straton. we looked here, http://goo.gl/QsBS3CHECK IT OUT

  3. It’s good android is getting more of these apps. I’m sure not everyone will like it, but it’s a fun and great way to waste some time. Not to mention funny seeing some of the videos that people make.

  4. Looking good, but buggy as hell. Can’t even update my profile information. Waiting for 1.1 ;-)

  5. No front facing camera support?

  6. ooh an app that I can share 6 second videos on! how innovative! /s

  7. What is Vine and what is it good for?

  8. Back in my day, IOS apps took at least a year to come to Android and they were just web portals! You kids these days have it lucky.

  9. Great job and cute cartoon, but no explanation of what Vine is or why I would want i makes me not interested enough to click the link.

  10. Nice, never tried this on iOS.

  11. JoakimGuest 2 years ago

    “Though we’ve been very focused on releasing Vine for Android, we’ve continued to release updates and add new features to the iOS app. As a result, the two apps are not perfectly in sync, but that won’t be the case for long. Over the coming weeks, you’ll see frequent updates with new features —— including front-facing camera, search, mentions and hashtags, and the ability to share to Facebook —— as well as bug fixes and performance improvements. Of course, this is only the beginning —— we have exciting plans for features that could exist only on Android.”

    https://vine.co/blog

  12. Someone please explain how this became popular when that Tout app didn’t do shit (popularity wise.) I haven’t used either so there may be a good reason that I just don’t know about.

  13. Christopher PerkinsGuest 2 years ago

    I waited for this, thinking it was going to be a lot more fun, seamless, and intricate with Twitter behind it, but was very disappointed by its limitations and will stick with Cinemagram for now.

    For those in question of value:
    I animate cartoons for my YouTube Channel. These apps are a great way to give my followers sneak peeks at the cartoons I’m currently working on vs a plain ol’ boring static image. Its a lil more fun for my medium ;)

  14. Nick ArmoldGuest 2 years ago

    “Vine for Android comes with most of the same features iOS users have been enjoying”

    The Android version doesn’t have the ability to switch to the front-facing camera yet. iOS does

  15. Indra DarmaGuest 2 years ago

    Versi Android Sony Xperia Miro 4.1.2 Jelly Bean

  16. Vine makes me realize how adhd everyone really is.