Nokia at the Nokia World keynote has today announced that Vine is live on Windows Phone. This announcement was done by Stephen Elop, Nokia CEO at Abu Dhabi. Vine is a short video sharing service that has been on Apple’s iOS, made it to Android and is now finally available on Windows Phone.
Nokia is trying to get as many popular apps on other platforms to cross over to Windows Phone and reduce the apps availability debate. Elop says that the app will be rolling out in coming weeks. This was during the announcement of 6 new Nokia devices the Nokia Asha 500, Asha 502 and Asha 503 and Lumia 1520 and 1320 phablets and the Lumia 2520 tablet.
[…] the likes of Vine, Instagram and other big name apps that are not yet available on Windows Phone will finally be coming to the platform. While we will be seeing Instagram land on Windows Phone soon, the coming soon tag is no longer […]
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