• The founder of Vine just announced the name of his next video app - and it's set to launch in spring 2019

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    Vine founder Dom Hofmann revealed Thursday he would be releasing a new looping video app next spring.
    The app will be called Byte.
    Vine was a massively popular video service that Twitter acquired in 2012 and shut down four years later.
    Good news, long-suffering Vine fans: A successor to the popular video service is finally on the way.
    Dom Hofmann, one of the cofounders of Vine, plans to launch a similar app called Byte next spring. Like Vine, Byte will feature looping videos, Hofmann announced Thursday on Twitter.
    our new looping video app is called byte. launching spring 2019...
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  • Vine co-founder plans to launch successor Byte in Spring 2019

    Vine co-founder plans to launch successor Byte in Spring 2019

    7 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    Vine - the much loved and mourned short video hosting platform - will return, kind of, sort of. Co-creator Dom Hofmann announced on Twitter today that its spiritual success is set to arrive next spring.
    Details? We don't have many. Though Hofmann did give us a name - Byte - and logo to match. From the sound out of, things will operate similarly to Vine, with short, looping videos. So far it's got a domain and a couple of admittedly clunky social media handles.
    our new looping video app is called byte. launching spring 2019 pic.twitter.com/C3FMvkcIwc
    - dom hofmann November 8, 2018
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  • Vine cofounder announces Byte, a new looping video app launching this spring

    Vine cofounder announces Byte, a new looping video app launching this spring

    7 days ago - By Venture Beat

    Dom Hofmann has been working on a successor to Vine, the 6-second looping video app bought and killed by Twitter, for at least a year.
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