Xbox One Takes Vine to the Big Screen
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By Lauren Arevalo-Downes
The long-awaited Vine app has launched on Xbox One in 34 countries, giving Xbox Live members the opportunity to view and share content more easily from the comfort of their homes. As the first Vine app ever created to scale for TV, Vine’s integration will allow users to make short gameplay videos, too, providing an alternative to streaming on Twitch.
Kinect voice and gesture controls can be used with the Vine app to play, pause and search for videos on the platform. There will also be dedicated channels like art, music & dance, comedy, and others to adapt the viewing experience to TV.
Here’s what it looks like:
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