A follow-up to Vine has been introduced, two years after the six-second video app was once close down by means of Twitter.
Byte will likely be a an identical app to Vine, which helped launch the careers of stars together with Shawn Mendes and Logan Paul.
After Vine ended, the ones stars moved to its competitors Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube.
Dom Hofmann – who co-founded Vine at the side of Rus Yusupov and Colin Kroll – mentioned his new app would launch subsequent spring.
Looping six-second lengthy movies is a sexy easy thought, however Vine was once amazingly a success.
Brothers Logan and Jake Paul, two of the highest-earning Youtubers, began on Vine whilst they have been nonetheless in highschool.
Singer Shawn Mendes was once additionally came upon at the app elderly 15 after his Vine of Justin Bieber’s tune As Long As You Love Me went viral.
It was once additionally common for pranksters – together with Frenchman Jerome Jarre, who has since helped lift greater than $2m for the Rohingya refugees in Myanmar.
Byte creator Dom Hofmann has spoken about making a follow-up to Vine – nicknamed v2 – since 2017.
Dom Hofmann’s Vine co-founders Rus Yusupov and Colin Kroll have had luck with every other app since Vine – quiz app HQ Trivia, which introduced closing yr.
At its peak, Vine was once mentioned to have 200 million customers.
Twitter reportedly purchased it for $30m (£23m) in 2012, sooner than it had even formally introduced, nevertheless it struggled to earn cash and stay alongside of its competition.
Although Vines have been led to 2016, the archive continues to be to be had on-line.
The most-looped video is a clip from the fit between France and Germany in 2015 when an explosion was once heard all over the Paris attacks.
It has over 750m loops.
But the content material of maximum Vines were not so severe.
Other common ones come with a boy’s emotional state unexpectedly converting and an Australian information reporter getting “attacked” by means of a hen.
Animals all the time did smartly.
So did optical illusions and pranks.
And judging by means of the response to Byte’s first tweet, there is no doubt urge for food in the market for extra movies like those.