Vine is now available for Android Gingerbread devices, though it doesn’t support video uploads

Vine is now available for Android Gingerbread devices, though it doesn’t support video uploads

GingerbreadEarlier today, Vine revealed plans to introduce vanity URLs for users, and now the Twitter-owned video service has served up more news after announcing that its app is now available for Android Gingerbread devices.

The Gingerbread version of Vine doesn’t allow video uploads — “due to device limitations” — but users can watch, like, comment on and revine videos from the app.

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Though it is approaching three years old, Gingerbread (Android 2.3) still accounts for a sizable 24 percent of all active Android devices — according to Google’s own stats — so it makes sense that Vine/Twitter is addressing that market.

➀ Vine now available on Gingerbread Android devices

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