Vine Camera now available on Android and iOS

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Vine Camera now available on Android and iOS

Vine Camera, the successor to the incredible popular Vine app, is now available to download on Android and iOS.

Vine Camera is in essence the exact same as the original Vine. Users record and publish six-second videos that loop indefinitely, but the videos are now published to parent website Twitter rather than the now discontinued Vine social network platform.

It includes a new edit mode that allows users to preview and edit, and extra tools such as ghost mode, torch and rear focus lock. Unpublished videos can be saved as drafts for later editing, and as with the original Vine uploaded videos can be published to Twitter with a caption.



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