Is anyone going to miss Vine? | The Tylt

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Is anyone going to miss Vine?
A festive crown for the winner
#GoodRiddanceVine
#VineWillBeMissed

Twitter announced it was killing off Vine in a somber Medium post. Vine launched over three years ago and ushered in a new wave of short-form social video. But the 6-second video app was never able to overcome its rivalsnamely Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube. Vine launched a few stars, like Shawn Mendes, but has been relegated to the backwaters of social media for quite some time. Did Twitter put an app nobody cared about out of its misery or will Vine actually be missed? Vote below!

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Is anyone going to miss Vine?
#GoodRiddanceVine
#VineWillBeMissed

It's a story as old as time. Company buys startup, startup makes hot product, people abandon product for hotter product, company shutters startup. The good news is your Vines won't disappear.

 We’ll be keeping the website online because we think it’s important to still be able to watch all the incredible Vines that have been made. 
#VineWillBeMissed

The service will be missed, it gave us Vine stars and started the short video trend. You can't forget that!

This is how fans are celebrating Vine in its final days.

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But a lot folks don't seem to care. And why would they? If there was a huge user base, Twitter wouldn't need to shut down Vine. We've all moved on, and it's not like people can't find new homes on Instagram, Snapchat or YouTube. Get out of here with your junky 6-second videos, Vine!

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FINAL RESULTS
Culture
Is anyone going to miss Vine?
A festive crown for the winner
#GoodRiddanceVine
#VineWillBeMissed