Watch your favorite Channels in Vine App for Windows 10

All of us like watching our favorite channels and entertaining movies on the big screen of Windows 10 devices, but what ruins this experience is the lack of good applications that suits are needs. Even if there are a handful of them, they require us to create an account with them. One application that does away with this need is the Vine app for Windows 10.

Vine App for Windows 10

Vine App for Windows 10

The app already provides many of the same experiences that are provided to Android and iOS users. The fast adoption of Windows 10 seems to have prompted the app owners to extend the same kind of service to Windows users. Moreover, the roll out for Windows 10 tablet devices hints the app is expanding beyond its earlier mobile confines.

Once you have the app installed, simply go to Explore to check out channels like Music, Dance, Comedy, and Sports. The arrangement helps you never miss a sight to spot latest trends and viral Vines before they disappear.

The app also features some great Windows 10 additions like Live Tiles, an daptive UI, and Drag and Drop feature. Windows 10 users interested in sharing a Vine of their own with others can do so either by uploading them manually, or just dragging and dropping videos right from their desktops.

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For getting quick access to the favourite Vine channels and accounts, users can pin the app to Start menu. Once the account pinned, a preview of the latest Vines will be visible under the Live Tile.

Vine for Windows 10 is capable of playing back to back, a feature central to the experience on mobile apps. To watch a video over and over again, mouse over the video or touch the screen if you have a touch-enabled device.

Lastly, you can create and share a Vine of your own by uploading a video from your PC.

Download the Windows 10 Vine app from the Windows Store.

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