Twitter has acquired Vine, it therefore intends to engage in the sharing of videos. This concept is already set up with photographs and micro-blogging site that users would not have to use third party applications to perform this action.
Thus, Twitter would have the intention to develop its platform video hosting. Members could easily transfer and mobile applications using official. Third-party applications, such Vodpod, TwitVid or yfrog would not be useful. It is the site AllThingsDigital revealing this information, it also states that it is a project envisioned by Twitter. The decision has not yet stopped.
Twitter continues its policy
The micro blogging site continues its momentum by offering more control including the use of Twitter. This can regain control and ignore third party services used by mass users. This concept has already been applied for the pictures and the operation is appreciated by users. By cons, Twitter does not intend to compete with platforms whose power is quite big as Vimeo, Hulu or YouTube. The introduction of video sharing over the publication was also a real advantage for Twitter. This is an effective strategy to consider the content monetization.
Redemption application Vine
Vine is a start-up that was created last June and is described as "the best way to capture and stream video from the iPhone." The application for the smartphone of Apple makes sharing videos made with your mobile phone. Twitter would have bought yesterday Vine according to information from the same source (AllThingsDigital). Currently, the amount of such redemption has not yet been disclosed. It could therefore strengthen the data on the implementation of a video sharing via Twitter.