Vine Now Available on Xbox One
Popular social video app Vine is now available to anybody with an Xbox One and an Xbox Live account.
Vine was one of The Time’s 50 Best Android Apps of 2013 and offers thousands upon thousands of looping videos, which last only a few seconds, and are featured in channels including Art, Music and Dance and comedy. Playlists can be compiled or you can just click at random and discover interesting and bizarre new clips, known as Vines.
Microsoft revealed the news on it’s Xbox UK Twitter account, appropriately with a Vine and the app was launched for the first time on console today for Xbox One in the United Kingdom, United States, Japan and widely across many other regions allowing gamers the world over to view these short bursts of streaming video submitted by the forty million users on the Twitter owned service.
Through the Xbox One’s Kinect, the Vine app will allow users to add their own clips from their own living rooms or anywhere else they wish to perch their motion sensor. Vines can also be displayed alongside games in play in a separate window appearing on the screen.
Vine is available in the Xbox Store from today in the following countries: