Vine lives, in preserving with co-creator Dom Hofmann. The entrepreneur, who’s been working on and off on a non secular successor to the now-defunct immediate-create video app, says the upright sequel will most definitely be referred to as Byte, and it’s coming in spring 2019.
Twitter before every thing bought Vine in 2012, sooner than its legit originate, and shut it down roughly four years later. No matter its immediate-lived existence, Vine grew to change into a vastly popular platform for video creators, many of whom have since moved on to Instagram, Twitch, and YouTube.
Now, Hofmann, one of many co-creators of the platform, is reviving it as Byte. There’s even a snazzy logo to hurry along with it:
No longer much else is well-known about how Byte will work, but Hofmann says it is miles formally the project previously is referred to as v2, which had a publicized and clear constructing task with devoted fan boards for around six months starting last November.
Hofmann postponed v2 indefinitely in Would possibly of this One year, citing funding and logistic components, to boot to his day job running an immersive leisure studio referred to as Innerspace VR. Hofmann saved the boards commence to preserve discussion going, and it appears to be like to be love he’s now squared away some form of funding to discover v2 off the ground as Byte. We’ll possible hear extra presently, but it’s appropriate a relief to hear it’s of course going down and that the six-2nd videos that fashioned as much as the moment net tradition can also very effectively be coming help in a sizable intention.