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It’s the last day to save Vine

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It’s the last day to save Vine

The previously announced closing date for the Vine, a social network that used to be famous, is finally here. If there are videos you share on Vine, you have only few hours to download them. As of today, its mobile app is named Vine Camera. All remaining videos will be uploaded to archive mode very soon.



In fact, it is not known how long Twitter will keep archived videos. However, when the company gave details about the closure of the service, they suggested users to download their videos before January 17th. You can download the videos from its mobile application or from its desktop site, or you can download all of them individually by selecting or sifting them individually by email. If you get the videos from the site; All comments, likes and likes are also recorded. But those who download from without app do not get any content other than the video.



The revamped Camera application will be available today as well. With this application, users will still be able to shoot short videos as before, but they will not be uploading to the service. You’ll only have the option to save them on the movie roll or upload them to Twitter.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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