28 February 2020

Vine returns with 6-second videos against TikTok

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Back in 2013, Vine was introduced as this six-second looping video's app, and it exploded. Twitter launched Vine, and people embraced it. However, in 2017 it was discontinued. Now, Vine makes a return as Byte. reports citing IB Times that Vine’s successor Byte is officially launched, and it is up against industry champion – TikTok. Similar to Vine, Byte allows users to create six-second videos.

Dom Hofmann, the Vine co-founder, launched the app on Friday, Jan. 24, and users have started downloading the app to try it out. Business Insider reported that Byte still misses a few bells and whistles that can hamper its growth compared to TikTok.

2020.01.27 / 16:53
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