Vine is coming back—sort of.
Right after shelving the hugely anticipated app V2, Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann is ultimately releasing a successor to the beloved online video loop application named Byte. By using Twitter, Hoffman uncovered the new app will be launching someday in spring 2019.
Vine became a cornerstone in social media and constructed substantial professions before its premature dying in 2017. Hoffman first experimented with to convey the app back again with V2, but stalled the task indefinitely because of deficiency of funding.
“I didn’t hope to write this even a few weeks back, but I’ve designed the very difficult selection of suspending the V2 challenge for an indefinite amount of money of time,” he wrote at the time. “There are quite a few good reasons for this, together with a bit of ‘sequelitis,’ but I’d like to reveal the most important a single, which is because of to money and authorized hurdles.”
Hoffman has verified Byte is the new title for V2, and the new looping application currently has new social accounts and a web site, which appears to be pretty promising.
As much as logistical aspects about the app, there are none. We’re not positive if the films will be 6 seconds long, or if Vine’s OG creators will flock to return to this Vine 2.. You can indication up to get foreseeable future updates on the app’s internet site, until then, keep tuned.