Briefly: Vine heading to Android, Amazon updates Kindle Android app

Briefly: Vine heading to Android, Amazon updates Kindle Android app

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New Popular video app Vine will be headed to Android in the future. Co-founder of the Twitter-owned app Dom Hofmann confirmed to The Verge it will be ported, following its successful launch on iOS devices. The app, which allows users to create six-second video clips for sharing on social networks, is...
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