Social media is going wild after Vine co-creator Dom Hofmann confirmed Byte would succeed the popular app in spring 2019.
Vine 2 is back on track; now called Byte
Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann said in a tweet that the new app would be called Byte, and that the aim is for the platform to be launched in spring 2019.
One of the co-founders of six-second video app Vine, which was closed down by Twitter in 2017, has announced that he’s working on a successor to the app.
The official sequel to Vine, called Byte, is officially coming in spring 2019. Vine co-creator Dom Hofmann just shared the official release date, along with a logo, on Twitter, calling it a ‘looping video app.’
Founder Dom Hofmann confirmed on Twitter the service will launch next year.
It's been two years since Vine was binned by Twitter, but its creator says the successor is coming.
VINE is being revived by its original creator less than two years after the app was shut down. The hugely popular social media app let users share six-second looping videos, and had 200million active users at one point.
Dom Hoffman has confirmed that Vine app's successor is on its way, and will be launched in Spring 2019.
On Thursday, Vine founder Dom Hoffman revealed he would be releasing a new looping video app called Byte early next year.
Vine is returning in 2019 under a new name – Byte. Two years after Twitter dumped the video looping app, it's almost ready for a second go around
Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann announced on Twitter that he's working on a new looping video app called Byte, set for release in spring 2019.
Dom Hofmann grew up in an earlier era of software development, and spent his youth cobbling together creative projects using the tools of the day. There was Visual Basic for beginner-level...