Official Vine app arrives to Windows Phone 8, download from the Store

Official Vine for Windows Phone 8

You don’t have to resource to third-party apps anymore (e.g., Viner, 6sec, Best Vine, etc.) because the official Vine app for Windows Phone 8 has arrived to the Windows Phone Store. Now Vine fans can download the app for free and create clips quickly and easily.

The app allows you record 6-second videos using the rear or front facing camera, you can the preview, write comments, and upload to Twitter’s Vine service and you can also share it on Facebook. Some of the recording features include: viewfinder overlay grid and “ghost” tool for better framing and to create stop-motion animation.

Vine Windows Phone 8 screenshot

Also in the Windows Phone version of Vine, you can watch clips from others, pick channels, or search for specific videos. You can pin the Vine camera, channels and your favorite accounts to the home screen, and a lot more.

For those who still new to Vine, this is a Twitter owned service, that allows you create and share really short videos (six second long) to the service. The app has been around on Android and iOS for a while, but now it is also available for Windows Phone users.

You can download the Vine app from the Windows Phone Store now.

Via Windows Phone Blog

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