Vine is one of the newest social networking apps to take the world by storm and celebrities from all over and jumping on the video-sharing bandwagon. From Tyra Banks's goofy makeup-chair videos to Victoria Beckham's fashionable clips, stars have proved that they are just as obsessed with Vine as we all are. Click through for our favorite celebrities to watch, and be sure to follow POPSUGAR on Vine!
Vine (free), the mobile app that captures and creates short looping videos, announced that users can embed Vine videos on the web starting today. Previously, the videos were only viewable from the app, a dedicated webpage, or an unofficial Vine viewer online. But now, users can embed their Vine videos almost anywhere on the Internet.
If you're viewing a Vine video from a webpage like this, hit the Embed button at the bottom.
In the app, grab the embed code by hitting the ellipses at the bottom of the video, selecting "Share this post," then "Embed." The app will open up a new email with a link to yet another webpage that has instructions on how to embed the post.
You can choose from three different sizes (600px, 480px, and 320px) and two different formats: Postcard, which puts the video in a white frame along with the creator's avatar, and Simple, which will show the video without the frame.
It's been two months since Vine officially launched its video-creation app, and we want to know how many of you mobile movie makers out there are using the service. Share your Vine tips and tricks with us!
Although it's only been a week, the Vine app is taking social media by storm, sharing user experiences with followers via mere seconds' worth of video. Much the way websites have sprouted to view social apps like Instagram, Vine users have quickly created alternative ways to watch Vine videos besides a smartphone. By visiting these sites, real-time feeds display clips from around the world, exposing you to endless entertainment — including, of course, cat videos. Click through to see how one app and several sites are making your hashtags come to life.
Before you commit to the social video app Vine because your friends' profiles are flooding your Instagram feed, consider the alternatives. With a variety of social video apps to choose from, you'll find one to satisfy your inner filmmaker. If you're filter obsessed, try Viddy or if memes make you LOL, Gifboom is for you. Check out the latest in video apps and start shooting — your Oscar moment is only a download away!