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Vine Is Officially Shutting Down Today - Find Out How to Save Your Vines

Today is the last day you can download your Vines before they change the app!

After announcing in October that the four-year-old app would be shutting down, the company is officially transitioning to standalone app Vine Camera.

This means that the app will essentially be an extension of its parent company Twitter and although you will still be able to make looping six second videos, they can only be posted directly to Twitter or downloaded to your device.

Existing Vines are also said to be remaining on the app although once Vine Camera goes live, users will not be able to download their old Vines.

In order to download old Vines, head to your profile page on the app and click the “Save Videos” option. Users will have the option to send all of their Vines to their linked email account or download them to your device.

Users with questions about the process can check out Vine’s FAQ.

Vine Video App Shutting Down, Twitter Announces

Twitter has announced that it will be shutting down the once-popular video app Vine.

The social media site bought Vine back in 2012, and it grew in popularity with young social users including Cameron Dallas, Nash Grier and others. Vine eventually became less popular as Twitter and Instagram added longer video functions. Vine was famous for seven second videos.

“To all the creators out there — thank you for taking a chance on this app back in the day,” the company announced in a blog post on Medium.

ARE YOU SAD to see Vine go???