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Twitter announced the closure of Vine for the coming months

Twitter ha anunciado el cierre de Vine en los próximos meses

The history of the application came touches to its end in the next months. So Twitter, has announced it in a day pretty active for the company in which bad news is concerned, because they have also announced the reduction of its workforce by 9%, reduction necessary to avoid losses.

I came came to our Android devices in June 2013. In 2012, before even of its release on other platforms, Twitter had already with the application that had created Dom Hofmann, Rus Yusupov and Colin Kroll in Exchange for 30 million dollars. And it is that potential then came, a network of microbloggin but focus on video and with few seconds of duration, it seemed then infinite.

The reception of Vine was very good and its widespread use, staying on the tops of downloads during its first months and reaching 200 million users around the world. Brands also looked at the potential of its use to reach their customers, and even began to proliferate the viners, the equivalent of the youtubers of this social network.

All that is behind because Vine has been devoured by other applications that opened their sights to the video format. Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and even the application itself from Twitter… The evolution of all these applications has been as shovels of sand over the future of Vine, which looked like the users began to gradually abandon the use of the application despite the changes that were introduced.

An application that already will not receive further updates and will close in a few monthss, although it was not specified when approximately. The app will offer users download their videos and ensures that it will maintain the open web service, as a kind of Museum of the short history of this social network.

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