This 10 Sec. Video Social Network App Could Replace Vine in 2016

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[prMac.com] Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - Rankdit is the new video social network app, who decided to take the lead and put users around the world in a daily challenge with each other to vote for the trending videos from each country and announce the winner as the new world celebrity.

"Imagine that your 10 Sec. Video which you shared today, will make you the world celebrity by tomorrow," said Adnan Alkhrass, the head Of development and co-founder of Rankdit. "With Millions of followers around the world who will star, share, vote and rank your video to the top, your posts can become very popular and reach more audience than you can do in any other existing network."

This Dubai based startup, who announced today that they will launch the beta version in mid of February 2016 for only registered users, claimed that the official website is getting an amazing amount of traction from interested users around the world.

"We wanted to design a network full of energy and action, where users have a reason to share their best posts to enjoy the experience of the daily challenge with their friends, family and other users around the world and let them decide who deserves to be the next world celebrity," said Alaa Alsadi The CEO and co-founder of Rankdit

The promising and interesting idea that started six months before, now is growing very fast with more than 5,000 registered users for the early beta version coming on this February, and seems to be making great steps to be one of the hottest upcoming video social network apps in 2016.

For beta version booking and more information, visit the Rankdit website.

Rankdit is the new Dubai based mobile app video social media startup who decided to take the lead, and put users around the world in a daily challenge with each other to vote for the trending videos from each country and announce the winner as the new world celebrity. Copyright (C) 2015 Rankdit. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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