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It looks like you won’t be able to do it for the vine anymore. Twitter just announced it will be shutting down the video sharing platform.

Is it the end of an era? Vine, which was established in 2013, will disable its mobile app “in the coming months,” according to a blog post made by Twitter, the video platform’s parent company. The website will remain active and the post says Vine is committed to working with its creators through the transition.

Vine had survived outside threats when Instagram introduced a video feature only six months into its inception. But people still flocked to the six-second videos that provided endless comic relief and gave a platform for comedians such as King Bach to grow their fan base. Viners like Zack King and BatDad became their own sort of celebrities because of their clips. READ MORE

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