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[DS Notes] Vine Reaches 13 Million Users, Arrives on Android

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June 3, 2013

Twitter’s short video app Vine has finally made its long awaited debut on Android. Beginning today, Android users looking to join the six-second video craze can download the app on Google Play. A short delay dampened the excitement a little bit as the app was just making its way through the store when the announcement hit Vine’s and Twitter’s blogs. For the moment, Vine says that the app will trail the features on the iPhone version for a little while as it brings all them on board in the coming weeks.

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

While the Android version is currently missing those features, it does have one ability that the iOS version doesn’t, and that’s zoom. The company also said that it plans to bring a number of Android-exclusive features. Twitter says that Vine works on Android 4.0 and newer but we’ve discovered that the app fails to launch on the Oppo Find 5 running 4.1.1.

Aside from the Android announcement, the blog post revealed that since its launch in January, Vine has amassed 13 million users.

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