If something is on the Internet, than you can safely assume Google will figure out a way to implement it into their suite of tools. Photos are no different, and now Google’s program known as Photovine is available to everyone though Apple’s app store.
Photovine allows users to share photos in a way that is very similar to Flickr. Users upload an image from their iOS device and place it in one of several “vines” that closely describes the image. Vines can range anywhere from “Four Eyes Are Better Than Two” to “Me And Someone Famous.” What goes under these vines is mostly obvious, but there is room for interpretation.
As of this publication there is no app available on the Android marketplace, so only iOS users will get to experience the vines, but if it is a success it would only stand to reason that Google would want to put this app out on their own mobile OS.
The app has been in beta for about a month and now it is available to everyone on the app store for free. Also, the app seems to be available only in the US, UK and Indian app stores for now. If you live outside these regions and the app becomes available for you, make sure to let us know in the comments.
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