Twitter Debuts Video Integration

Twitter Debuts Video Integration
technology

Vine was bought by the social network last year and the first short embedded video has now been tweeted.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 january 2013

Vine is a video-sharing startup that was bought by Twitter in late 2012. It  enables users to embed short videos into their tweets, making the social network more multi-dimensional.

Advertisers could use the videos for short promos, while users could use the service like a video-based Instagram to quickly share creations with family, friends, and followers.

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