Soon after Twitter acquired the Vine, the service came to an end pretty shortly and well suddenly. For those of you wondering what the Vine service is, it used to be a short-form video hosting service where users could share 6 seconds long, looping video clips.
And for most of us with a goldfish attention span (hope you got that analogy – goldfish is said to have an attention span of 5 seconds), the quick replacement to Vine-like offering from Instagram and TikTok doesn’t really seem to fill the gap. Actually they have but a 6 seconds long, looping video, could be great right?
Well, there is a similar app called Byte and you may call it a spiritual descendant or a successor to the Vine. The nomenclature, Byte, seems an ingenious repartee between a small bite and the definite byte, the video clips being small in length.
Similarly, as per the Android Police, one of the co-founders of Vine is involved in Byte, the project that sounds a fresh-looking blast from the past.
The byte is already in Play Store, so you can play with it yourself.