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  2. Vine (service) - Wikipedia

    Vine was an American short-form video hosting service where users could share six-second-long looping video clips. It was originally launched on January 24, 2013, by Vine Labs, Inc. Bought by Twitter, Inc. in 2012 before its launch, the service was shut down on January 17, 2017, [1] and the app was discontinued a few months later. [2]

  3. VINE is the nation’s leading victim notification network. It allows survivors, victims of crime, and other concerned citizens to access timely and reliable information about offenders or criminal cases in U.S. jails and prisons. Register to receive automated notifications via email, text, or phone call, or check custody status information ...

  4. Vine

    Dear Vine Community - thank you for all the inspiration, laughs, and loops. We have now placed Vine in an archived state. For more information, click here. The entertainment network where videos and personalities get really big, really fast. Download Vine to watch videos, remixes and trends before they blow up.

  5. VINELink - DHS

    The VINE service provides information by phone, email, TTY, and text message where available. You may also sign up through your participating state, or county’s toll-free number. See how the power of VINE can work for you!

  6. What Happened to Vine? | Digital Trends

    Launched in 2013 by three entrepreneurs — Dom Hofmann, Rus Yusupov, and Colin Kroll — Vine was a video hosting service, one that allowed users to share six-second, looping video clips. Users...

  7. VINELink on the App Store

    ‎The app allows victims and concerned citizens to access the nation’s leading offender information and victim notification network, VINE (Victim Information & Notification Everyday), conveniently from their mobile devices. The VINE service is free and offers users the following feature…

  8. Vine - Apps on Google Play

    July 10, 2020. The people want vine back, it's platform was incredible, cute, funny and actually not as cringey as things today. People had to rely on actual creativity, not being given the option to use music in the background and just lipsync it. Hopefully this app can rise back up and become great again.