As announced in December, Vine will become Vine Camera
There are only a few hours left to download your old clips from mobile app Vine before they're archived.
Twitter is transitioning the Vine app to a pared-down Vine Camera. With this camera app you’ll still be able to make six-second looping videos, and either post them directly to Twitter or save them to your phone.
Today is the last day Vine users will be able to save videos they’ve previously shared on the service as it's still unclear how long Twitter plans on holding on to archived clips. You'll also get different results depending on whether you download them using a smartphone app or on the desktop website.
"The file of Vines that you download from vine.co will include an index.html file that contains your Vine captions, along with the number of likes, comments and revines", the company explained in a blog post. "If you download your Vines from the app, you will receive only your video files saved to your camera roll with no captions or additional information."
Before they disappear forever, here are some of the best clips produced on the platform:
So, it's come to this. The last day of Vine. Goodnight sweet Dog Dancing to Africa by Toto https://t.co/aXzVeJtfJz— Richard Chambers (@newschambers) January 17, 2017
goodbye to the coolest vine ever https://t.co/rULhpLkMBL— Volya 🌌 (@graciaescarlata) January 17, 2017
we can't let vine jus die. im mad https://t.co/VI2E91QjJG— BRANDON WARDELL (@BRANDONWARDELL) January 17, 2017
Never forgethttps://t.co/s9qL1QvJ8w— ily (@kotoriminameme) January 17, 2017
this is and now will be forever my favorite vine, what i want to see at the moment of my death: https://t.co/oeNb9I2H6v— Peter Labuza (@labuzamovies) January 17, 2017