We’ve seen YouTube get crammed into our wrists with tiny keyboards for searching around the whole of it and just a poor viewing experience in general. After all, are you really going to hold up your arm to watch even a one-minute doodly-dad? Tell Marty Cooper that and he’ll simultaneously laugh and be puzzled.
That said, we think it makes sense for Vine — a social media platform where sub-six-second square sight-and-sound shows are all the rage — to make the jump to the Apple Watch app ecosystem.
The viewing experience is condensed down to [...]
We’ve seen twitter take a stab at video sharing through their Vine service, and then it got plagued with porn in just a couple of days and became irrelevant. Then came Instagram video to compete, and even though the service is ok, it’s far from perfect. Still, with the success of YouTube, you’d assume that video sharing is the next hot thing, and it seems that the founders of YouTube feel the same.
Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, better known as the founders of YouTube, have now launched a new iOS app called Mixbit, which is funded by Google Ventures. This is very [...]
You know, when Twitter launched Vine a couple of months ago, I think I was on the list of people that registered first. I mean hey, I do videos for a living right? It’s only the common thing that I search for even more ways to be able to interact with everyone through a social video tool. The funny thing about it though is that regardless of how fast I registered for the service, I’ve yet to build my first Vine video. As I skimmed through the service, I began noticing a ton of the caveats that made me forget about its existence just a couple of days later, and no, the [...]