Twitter has launched a new-look website for its mobile video service Vine, designed to make it easier for users to find and discover Vine videos on the web.
Vine.co, which first launched as a website in January, now features an explore page, which features specific channels alongside trending tags and popular-now videos.
Vine has also added new sections that include “hand-curated content,” and a “powerful, new search bar” that will let viewers search by person, tag or location.
“Up until now, the primary way to watch, share and discover Vine videos has been on your phone. We’ve heard from the Vine community that you sometimes want to explore Vine and view videos on your computer too,” said Vine announcing the revamp.
Twitter launched Vine last year, allowing users to post and share six-second video clips that can be easily shared on the microblogging network.
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