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Vine, the 6-second video app started by Twitter, has just come to the Windows Phone platform. Windows Phone users will now be able to join their friends in posting short videos to the service via a tap and hold gesture. It works just like its Android and iOS counterparts, complete with camera tools and an Explore mode for discovering new content.

Just for Windows Phone, Vine also includes the ability to pin a particular Vine account to your home screen as a Live  Tile, and the app incorporates Windows Phone’s Pivot function for switching between apps.

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The Android version of the app came out 4 months Vine Comes To Android With A New (And Hidden) Zoom Feature [Updates] Vine Comes To Android With A New (And Hidden) Zoom Feature [Updates] Over 4 months ago, Twitter launched a video sharing app called Vine, which since then has accumulated more than 13 million users. Starting Monday, Twitter is welcoming Android users to the mix, with the anticipated... Read More after the initial release of the iOS app, and the Windows Phone version has been released about 5 months after the Android version. Not even one year old yet, Vine has exploded in popularity quickly, and many users will be glad to see it becoming a cross-platform app on the three largest mobile operating systems.

If you’re interested in Vine, but aren’t sure how to get started, we have covered 6 creative ways 8 Creative Ways To Use Six Seconds On Twitter Vine 8 Creative Ways To Use Six Seconds On Twitter Vine At its core Vine is a simple way for anyone and everyone to record a video fit for consumption on social media sites. However, Vine has the capacity to be so much more. All it... Read More to use the short-video service.

Any Windows Phone users out there who have just been dying for an official Vine app? Is Microsoft’s ever-growing catalog of apps enough to convince you to switch to Windows Phone? Let us know in the comments.

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Source: Vine Blog | Image Credit: Vernon Chan Via Flickr

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