Vine, still the most interesting art-making mobile app this side of Glitché, has yet to see any serious competition in the video-sharing space. (Snapchat rolled out video recently, but its private, ephemeral nature makes it a different beast entirely). But that’s about to change.
According to a report from TechCrunch, Instagram will debut Vine-like video sharing features June 20, allowing users to share videos between five and ten seconds long. Ten! That’s four more precious seconds than what’s available on Vine (unless you’re willing to do a little light hacking, that is).
Will you jump ship to Vinestagram? What will you do with all that extra time? Make more porn, probably.