It was announced on twitter by dom hofmann, the founder of vine. It was shut down as a new standalone platform by twitter in january 2017, disallowing all new videos to be uploaded, but being able to maintain the service within.
New vine app byte. Or byte, if you prefer. Byte is a new app designed to replace the void left by vine credit: In january 2020, almost eight years after vine launched, hoffman was ready, and byte hit the app stores.
It was acquired under the name by twitter in october 2012. A video app organized around creative communities. Tiktok teens have a shiny, new toy to try:
Just like its predecessor, byte (aka vine 2) allows users to get creative making looping videos. It’s called byte and it’s both familiar and new. Vine is still dead, but its legacy will live on in the form of a new looping video app called byte.
American microblogging website twitter acquired it in october 2012, well before its official release on january 24, 2013. A new vine in tiktok's world. It's a direct successor to the vine app, which was discontinued in early 2017 although videos.
It's like you never left. In a tweet, he wrote: Byte lets you shoot or upload and.
Yet that wasn't the end of vine. Byte, a social media platform, has launched on mobile. Vine 2 app finally released.
Many reviewers are former vine users who are excited about the return of the format. The byte doesn't fall far from the vine. Vine cofounder dom hofmann has been teasing a sequel since late in 2017, and after months of being in closed beta, byte is now available to everyone on android and ios.
The creator of that platform was dom hoffman, and after its demise, he continued to develop a successor. The byte app is rapidly improving in response to user requests, updating the app a week after release with new features like audio control, pausing bytes, and sharing links. Hofmann said in a tweet that the new app would be called byte.
It comes loaded with the features you’d expect from a social media platform. It underwent a staggered update on ios, android and windows phone throughout much of 2013. Vine 2.0 will be called byte. in a simple and cryptic tweet on thursday, hofmann said he's been working on new looping video app and that it's slated to be launching spring 2019. a new twitter account was also.
Early reviews are positive, with a 4.3 rating on the app store. It's available on ios and android. Byte's predecessor, which is named vine, was founded in june 2012.
The creators of the original app just unveiled their new one, called byte. These include a content feed, user profiles and an explore page. And it got off to a rocky start over the weekend.
And it already has some of that old vine feel, as you can see from some of the videos above. The new app is named byte, which is tech jargon for a small unit of computer storage.