It didn’t take long for folks to start posting interesting and funny new videos on Instagram, just days after the video feature was introduced by Facebook. The big announcement also declared that Instagram would support 15-second videos, as opposed to the 6-seconds offered by the popular light-video sharing app Vine. This offers athletes and creatives… Continue reading 10 Best Instagram Videos so Far
Vine, Twitter’s mobile app that allows you to create and share 6-second videos, seems to have a few more tricks up its sleeve. Weeks after adding Android support, Vine is poised to enhance the app’s video-taking capabilities. Yesterday Vine co-founders Dom Hofmann and Rus Yusupov tweeted out three mysterious Vines videos that seem to offer a… Continue reading Will these New Vine Features Knock Instagram out of the Water?
Recent citizen demonstrations in cities across Brazil have created not only the largest protests in the country in over 20 years but also a surge of chatter on social media. Hashtags such as #vemprarua, #protestorj, and #changebrazil are trending on Twitter and Instagram, and memes and protest recordings are spreading like wildfire on Facebook. The… Continue reading Social Media Engages the World in the #ChangeBrazil Movement
Facebook finally put an end to the video for Instagram rumors, by making that feature official today. The social network held a press event at its Menlo Park headquarters to unveil “something big” and to share a cup of coffee with a few shortlist invited reporters. In an unprecedented move, Facebook sent out paper invitations… Continue reading Facebook Announces 15-Second Videos For Instagram, Boasting 13 New Filters and 130 Million Active Users
Today Facebook unveiled a new Vine-like feature for Instagram, its photo sharing service, which will allow users to create short, 15-second long videos to share online. Video functionality would be the first major change to Instagram’s core services since it was acquired by Facebook for an estimated $1 billion. This new video upload feature is… Continue reading REPORT: Why Instagram and Vine Video Usage Looks Bullish in the App Market
Now that Vine has opened its doors to Android users, have you swung by to take another look at the site? Back when Instagram launched its Android app, long after iOS availability, over 1 million new users joined that very first day. Could Twitter’s Vine app see similar gains? Up till now, Vine has followed… Continue reading REPORT: Is Vine Growing Faster Than Instagram Did?
Today Twitter announced that their app for publishing 6-second videos to the web, Vine, is finally available for Android. Vine for Android offers easy video creation with automatic playback and sound as well as the ability to discover trending videos and find friends. Unfortunately the app is missing some key features available on iOS such… Continue reading Android Users: Now Post All the Outrageous Videos You Want to Vine
Facebook is reportedly testing out a new video feature for Instagram, its photo sharing service, that will be similar to Twitter’s Vine. According to Mathew Keys from The Desk, the new service is being tested out internally, and would allow a user to upload anywhere between 5 to 10 seconds of video from their mobile… Continue reading Facebook is Testing a Vine-Like Video Sharing Feature for Instagram