Video: Hands-on with Vine for Windows 10

Vine’s new native client for Windows 10 desktop has been released, and we’ve taken a peek at some of the new features available for everyone to use. This looks very similar to the Twitter app for desktop, which makes sense because the same team contributes to the development of both apps. You have the ability to upload, edit, and share your Vines within the app, and play your Vines (with the ability to turn off looping). The main screen is accompanied by vertical previews of Vines, which can be navigated by scrolling of the mouse, touchscreen, or by pressing the arrow keys.

The app sports a consistent dark theme, although the user interface cannot be toggled to a light theme as of now. Similar to the Twitter app, there is a “Find Friends” button, which as expected suggests new profiles to interact with based on your followers and interests. You can fully manage your profile, but the ability to add multiple accounts seems to be absent at the moment. Notifications are also supported, although they do not seem to be customizable right now.

Please note that this app is not yet available for Windows 10 Mobile (it has not even been compiled for ARM), but will be very soon.

How are you enjoying the new Vine app? Tell us in the comments below.

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Developer: Vine Labs Inc
Price: Free

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