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After months of waiting, Vine app’s fans can finally rejoice. Dom Hofmann, the founder of the now-defunct video-sharing app, has revealed his next app called Byte will launch in Spring of 2019.
our new looping video app is called byte. launching spring 2019 pic.twitter.com/C3FMvkcIwc
— dom hofmann (@dhof) November 8, 2018
Hofmann also confirmed that, similarly to Vine, Byte will also be a video-looping app. He even went as far as calling it version 2 of Vine.
Hofmann created Vine in 2012 and Twitter acquired it the same year. By 2013, the platform took off and had nearly 200 million active users in 2015. It gave a platform to future social media sensations like King Bach, Lele Pons, and
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