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Popular Video Sharing Sites & Apps
There’s nothing quite like watching a great video online. Most of us know that YouTube is at the top of the list, but there are a lot of other great video sharing sites and apps that are worth checking out. Whether you’re a professional filmmaker, a casual vlogger or just somebody who likes to take short, home video clips on your phone – there’s...
Vine vs. Instagram Video
Now that almost everyone has a smartphone these days, mobile micro-video sharing has become more popular than ever. Vine, which launched in January of 2013, managed to attract 13 million users barely six months later. And in June of 2013, Instagram extended its range of features to its 130 million monthly active users by launching a new video sharing feature.
How Mobile Video Became the Next Big Thing
In 2012, online video accounted for 51 percent of all consumer web traffic, making it the most significant year yet for online video consumption. Although we’ve been using popular video platforms like YouTube, Vimeo, Netflix and Hulu for years, only now are we really beginning to see a big shift in how and from where consumers are watching videos online. Nearly half of all tablet owners and 20 percent of smartphone users are watching video content from their devices, suggesting that online video is quietly emerging from the depths of the traditional web and slowly creeping its way on to our mobile devices.
Watch Vine Videos Online with These 7 Vine Viewers
Watching Vine videos on a mobile device through the official Vine apps is cool and all, but what if you want to look at them on a regular computer through your web browser? Well, there’s always Twitter. You can search for terms like “vine” or “vine.co” along with any other keywords in the Twitter searchbar to see what kinds of Vine videos people are posting to Twitter.