Creator of Vine reveals 'Byte' after hiatus from project

When Vine was acquired by Twitter, the company continued to allow the app to run for a while, but last year Twitter announced that they would be shutting Vine down. However for those who loved Vine’s short form videos, Vine’s co-founder teased that he might be thinking of launching a successor.It was originally due for a launch this summer but due to funding and legal reasons, it was put on hold indefinitely which definitely something fans didn’t want to hear. However the good news is that according to Vine’s co-founder Dom Hofmann, he has since confirmed Vine 2.0 will be launching in the spring of 2019, although it will not be called Vine and will instead be known as “Byte”.However instead of being similar to Vine which focuses on short form videos, Byte will instead be a “video looping app”, which we imagine will be similar to Instagram’s Boomerang feature, except potentially longer. One of the magical qualities of Vine was its ability to create short but fun videos, so we’re not sure if Byte will be able

Creator of Vine reveals 'Byte' after hiatus from project

Vine creator Dom Hofmann plans to launch a successor to his popular viral-video site next year. Called Byte, it's expected to have the same design and functionality as the original app.

Wed 14 Nov 18 from Daily Mail

Byte: Vine creator to launch new video-looping app

It's been two years since Vine was binned by Twitter, but its creator says the successor is coming.

Fri 9 Nov 18 from BBC Technology

Vine 2.0 Will Be Launched As ‘Byte’ In Spring 2019

When Vine was acquired by Twitter, the company continued to allow the app to run for a while, but last year Twitter announced that they would be shutting Vine down. However for those who loved ...

Thu 8 Nov 18 from Ubergizmo

Vine is coming back in the spring as Byte - CNET

Picture an endless loop of Byte's logo rising from Vine's ashes.

Thu 8 Nov 18 from CNET

Vine’s successor Byte launches next spring

Thu 8 Nov 18 from The Verge

Vine will revive as Byte next spring

Last year, Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann teased a revival of the popular app, tweeting a logo that simply said "V2." However, excitement and hopes of a return were dashed in ...

Thu 8 Nov 18 from Engadget

Vine co-founder plans sequel to shuttered video app 

Fri 9 Nov 18 from Telegraph.co.uk Tech

Vine’s cofounder just announced a new video looping app

Twitter killed the beloved app Vine two years ago. But one of its cofounders is launching a new app called Byte. If you were to query meme historians, they would almost undoubtedly say that ...

Fri 9 Nov 18 from Fastcompany Tech

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