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While some might be quick to call Cinemagram nothing more than a Vine clone, the reality is that this app has quite a few features that set it apart from its Twitter-owned rival. Chief among these is its ability to create cinemagraphs, which are essentially hybrid photo-videos. Also, Vine's looping videos include audio, while Cinemagram's don't, and that's as big a difference as any.
To get started with Cinemagram, you must first log in with an e-mail address, Twitter account, or Facebook account. From there you'll get access to an Instagram-like social network, with a Home feed that should look and feel familiar to most. This Home feed displays videos or "cines" posted by users you follow, as well as cines featured by Cinemagram staff.
As you scroll through your feed, you'll notice that content sometimes takes a second to load before you can see it. That's because we're dealing with moving images with Cinemagram, which makes its load times noticeably longer than, say, Instagram's. That said, it's not unbearable. Once a video is loaded, you'll be able to Like, Repost, or Comment on it. Plus, there's a Share button that is supposed to let you send a link out to friends. Thus far, though, I haven't been able to get it to work.