December 19, 2013 in Photo and Video (E)
[prMac.com] San Jose, California - reVine is the first app to market created to solve the issue of saving and sharing Vine videos on the iOS platform. No one could not have been into apps this year without hearing about San Francisco's Twitter's newest addition, Vine, which also happened to be the fastest growing app of 2013. Vine, although simple has two major problems. First, saving to your roll or sharing to other social networks is out of the question. Second, the browsing and discovering experience is not so user friendly.
"The grid view, common to the photos app, is used to simplify browsing. Once watching a Vine, swipe left or right to see the previous and next Vine. Vines can be saved directly to the camera roll individually or en masse. Vines can be shared with iOS 7's new Airdrop, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google and Airplay." said the apps creator Scott Manthey.
Tap any user name and browse through their grid of Vines, followers or following. Users are able to search for tags or other users.
Features of the app include:
* Save Vines to Camera roll
* Save multiple vines at a time
* Share Vines to multiple social sites
* Search tags and users
* Easily browse vines
* iPod touch (4th gen & up), iPhone (3GS & up), iPad (2 & up)
* Requires iOS 6.0 or later
* 5.6 MB
Pricing and availability:
reVine - Save and Share Vines anywhere is currently available for sale worldwide through the App Store in the Photos & Videos category regularly for $3.99 and On Sale for $1.99 December 20-31, 2013. Review copies reVine are available upon request.
Progressive Lifestyles, LLC is a digital content company. They create iOS apps, Amazon and Google Play apps, Kindle books, Apple iBooks to name a few. They have released over 50 apps on the Apple app store and currently have for sale over 40 of their own. It took one year after the companies owner, Scott Manthey, started in 2010 before the company had its first top selling news app which landed in the top 250 grossing in the US. The company plans to move towards creating tools for app developers as well as outlets for artists in the new digital age. Copyright (C) 2013 Progressive Lifestyles, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch, and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.