Vine on Friday celebrated its one year anniversary, and to commemorate the milestone, the service set up a neat little landing page highlighting some of the platform’s most popular Vines. Some truly terrific content has come out of the six second machine, giving users a wonderful stage to showcase their comedic talents. Much of the stuff is just quick glimpses into someone’s personal life, though Vine is filled with plenty of creative gems that are often clever and hilarious. Even if you don’t use the platform yourself, there’s still plenty to appreciate about the service.
If you really have some time to kill, you can watch the highlighted Vines in one long 18 minute stream. Everything from Juan’s Taken, to horse masks brushing their teeth, and even plenty of celebrity Vines make an appearance. Despite the growth of Instagram and its 15 second video alternative, Vine has endured over the past twelve months, evolving into a platform that’s much deeper than six second of someone at the beach. Want to help Vine celebrate its first year? The service said you can share you favorite videos with the #VineBirthday hashtag.
Vine struck back against Instagram today, rolling out its biggest update ever to introduce an improved camera, enhanced channels including an “On The Rise” tab, privacy options, and “Re-Vining” (just like retweeting but for Vines). The biggest update for most of us is likely the improved camera, which gets both a visual redesign and a […]
When Vine first launched earlier this year, the video sharing app quickly built an enormous user base of folks anxious to share their best six-second videos. The platform started off in earnest as people learned the ins and out of how the service worked, but it soon became a hotbed filled with some amazing, often hilarious content. That’s no more apparent than in this incredible Vine compilation, which is pretty funny from beginning to end. Maybe Vine isn’t in trouble after all.