Where there is video, there are cats

Scroll through the home screen feed to see all types of short videos from the people you follow. Of course, you're going to see your share of pet videos, but there's a lot more out there as well. Read full review
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Explore all the videos

Choose the Explore screen to see editor's picks, popular videos, and all videos, or you can view feeds by topic. Read full review
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Find out who else has Vine

Find people using a button from your profile page. From there you can search your address book, Twitter, or Facebook for friends who have the app, or you can search by name. Read full review
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Navigation is dead simple

The menu button in the upper left lets you browse each area of Vine. There aren't a lot of buttons here or menus to drill through, just an easy jump among each function. Read full review
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Create whatever you want

The way you shoot video (by touching then letting go for each individual clip) makes Vine the ideal tool for stop-motion movies. Just remember you only have 6 seconds maximum. Read full review
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