November 22, 2013
Vine, Twitter’s six-second video-sharing app for iOS and Android, is now available in 19 new languages.
The apps have been translated into: Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Thai and Turkish. Vine for Android is also available in Filipino and Polish.
“Now, it’s even easier for people around the world to watch and share posts that make us laugh, teach us something new or help us find out what’s happening in the world,” said Vine co-founder Colin Kroll in a blog post.
“We’re also beginning to explore ways to surface Vine videos that are popular in a particular country. Wherever you are in the world –– be it Japan, Brazil or somewhere in between –– we hope this update makes it easier for you to discover and create videos that bring us all closer together.”
Vine allows users to effortlessly post and share short, looping videos.
Vine was acquired by Twitter before its official launch for an undisclosed sum. Twitter debuted the service in January.
Vine, which is available for free on iPhone and iPod touch, can be downloaded at the App Store. It can also be downloaded for Android on Google Play.