The widely-known 6-sec video sharing service, Vine has rolled out a Windows Phone version. It is considerably same as the existing iOS and Android apps, which allows users to create short, looping videos using either rear- or front-facing cameras.
Vine was initially launched on iOS in January 2013, and eventually rolled out to Google Play Store for Android users.
Like the iOS and Android iterations, Windows Phone version also allows users to tap and hold their screen to create short and looping videos with sound. The app sports significant camera tools, including ghost and grid, which supports you to shoot like a professional.
The app also brings an ‘Explore’ section for finding popular content, browse through different channels, or view what’s trending, and see which of your buddies are on Vine through ‘Find People’.
Furthermore, Windows Phone version allows users to pin their desired accounts to the home screen and take the advantage of pivots to toggle between other apps quickly.
Windows Phone 8 users can download the Vine app from the link given below.
Vine download link for Windows Phone 8 users (free)