Vine makes tablet debut with Kindle Fire app while Windows Phone, BlackBerry users wait


Vine has worked its way to another platform today, but it’s not Windows Phone or BlackBerry 10. No, Vine is now available for Kindle Fire tablets. Amazon’s media-focused tablets are based on Android, of course, so it makes sense that it wouldn’t be difficult for the Vine team to bring a Fire-friendly version of its video creation and sharing app to market. It’s worth noting that the app requires Android 4.0 or greater, which means that all Kindle Fire tablets other than the first generation (which still runs software based on Android 2.3) will be able to run the Vine app.

The addition marks the first expansion for Vine beyond Android and iOS, the two dominate leaders in the mobile space. This is also the first version of Vine designed…

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