Vine Kids is available as an iOS app and is the result of a “hack week” project from early January.
In a blog post announcing the launch, Vine said the new app means “kids can watch videos that are appropriate for a young audience,” swiping left or right to see new clips or tapping the screen to hear “quirky sounds.”
Twitter launched Vine as a mobile app in 2013, allowing users to post and share six-second video clips. It added a website in January 2014, letting Vine users view their home feed, view other Vine users’ profiles and like, comment, and share videos in the same way that they can on Vine’s mobile apps.
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