Vine gives its web version a major usability upgrade

Vine gives its web version a major usability upgrade

In a Thursday blog post, Twitter-owned content-sharing site Vine revealed that it is giving a major usability upgrade to its web version.

With Vine already being a popular mobile app, the upgraded web version of the service will essentially be a YouTube-like edition, which will not require an app, or a log-in, for users to search and browse the six-second Vine videos on the web.

To put it differently, the noteworthy usability upgrade which Vine has announced for the web version of the service will enable visitors to peruse the six-second videos on the site even if they are not registered members of the Vine service.

The substantial upgrade which Vine has announced for its website will enhance the web version of the service with playlists, channels, trending tags and a "popular now" curated feed. To access these new additions, visitors to the Vine website do not necessarily have to be Vine users.

With the channels and tags and other means of finding new videos already existing in the Vine mobile app for quite some time now, the latest upgrade by Vine to its web version implies that Vine's collection of six-second video clips have opened up to basically all Internet users.

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