Vine lives according to co-creator Dom Hofmann. The entrepreneur, who has been working on a spiritual successor to the now-defunct short-video app, says the right sequence will be called Byte, and it will be released in the spring of 2019.
Twitter originally bought Vine for 2012, before the official launch and about four years later shut down. Despite its short-lived existence, Vine has become a hugely popular platform for video creators, many of whom have since moved to Instagram, Twitch and YouTube. Instead of Vine, TikTok, a randomly named ByteDance Chinese company, has inherited the short-form video torch, but with a lot of crisp lip-sync.
Well, Hofmann, one of the co-creators of Vine, revives it as a byte. There's even a fancy logo:
Little is known about Byte's operation, but Hofmann says it's officially the v2 project, which has had a published and transparent development process with dedicated fanforons around six months from last November ,