Twitter Introduces Vine for the Web, New TV Mode

Posted January 3, 2014 at 8:20pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 4874 views

Twitter-owned Vine has launched a new web interface allowing you to view your home feed and like, comment, and share videos just as you would on the Vine app available in the App Store..

Today, we’re introducing a new way to experience Vine: on the web.
Log in at vine.co to view your home feed and like, comment, and share videos just as you do on our mobile apps. You can also visit your favorite users’ Vine profiles to browse the videos they’ve created since joining Vine. Plus, now you can share your profile with others so they can see your posts.


In addition to web profiles and their new web interface, Vine also announced a new 'TV Mode' available exclusively on its new web interface. You can now view a collection of Vines in sequence in full screen mode.

Finally, be sure to check out a new feature we’ve added exclusively on the web: TV Mode –– it’s an entirely new way to watch Vine videos. Click the TV Mode button in the upper right corner of your feed or any profile to view the collection of videos in sequence and in full screen mode.
This release is just a first step toward bringing you a richer, more enjoyable web experience. We look forward to introducing more improvements in 2014.


Vine was one of the most popular iOS apps of 2013, but did take a hit in usage after Instagram added Video to its photo-sharing app.

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K - January 3, 2014 at 8:31pm
New tv move? Did you mean mode?
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