After pushing out updates that focus on making its visuals better, Vine (for iOS and Android) is getting a major upgrade that introduces a bunch of new music features. The one that sounds most useful for creators, especially if you need a bit of help to quickly edit tracks for posting, is "Snap to Beat." Once you switch it on, the app can find the perfect part of the song to create a never-ending music loop with. You can, however, disable it anytime to add sound effects or to customize your BGM. In case you want to use a popular song, though, just click the app's music note icon to access a new scrollable Featured Tracks section full of well-known singles you can add straight to your six-second videos.
Note that you can also tap the music note icon on somebody else's Vine if you want to get the title and other details of the song it used. Finally, people hoping to gain fame through the Twitter-owned service would be happy to know that it has teamed up with Billboard, as well. The app's users are now included in the Social 50 chart, which ranks the most active music-focused social media accounts -- that means it's time to get off the couch, record some video clips and get to posting.
SOURCE: Vine, Music on Vine
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