Vine has been a quite popular application which is owned by twitter and began in 2012 with an estimated audience of 40 Million,Vine lets users be creative by users posting 6 second video clips which you can pause and start within that 6 seconds,its quite good and there is some real good Vine accounts that shows how creative people can be,i use it myself but not too often however i think its a good app.



Through adorable animated characters, kids can watch videos that are appropriate for a young audience. Swiping right or left shows a new Vine, and you can tap the screen to hear quirky sounds.


The idea came about during an office conversation in early January. One of my colleagues was talking about how much his two-year-old daughter loves Vine –– he said he wished there was a separate app she could use to more easily watch posts that are appropriate for kids. That week happened to be Hack Week, a time when we get to work on projects outside of our day-to-day work. So two folks teamed up and built exactly that. Here’s a Vine of my co-worker’s daughter using the app. How can you resist that smile?! Says Carolyn Penner from the Vine blog.


Vine Kids however is only Available on iOS for now and can be downloaded HERE this will surely keep those kids entertained for a while anyway.


By Jim O Brien/CEO

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