On that date, the video social media service will cease to exist as anything more than an archive of previously uploaded Vines on the web, the company announced in a blog post. Vine will continue to live on in a reduced way when the Vine app becomes the new Vine Camera app on that date as well. Vine Camera will still allow users to create looped 6.5-second videos, but they’ll no longer be uploadable to Vine user profiles, instead only being able to be shared via Twitter or saved to a user’s camera roll.MG
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