Vine, the very popular way to splice together six-second video vignettes, is now available for Android. Twitter purchased Vine when it was still just a nothing startup late last year, and launched the GIF-like video sharing service on iOS in January.
Despite some early controversy, and questions about how fun/useful Vine actually is, the service has really blossomed over the last half-year into something both fun and useful, dragging millions upon millions of regular users into it's whirlpool of erratic filmstrips. (Vine claims it has some 13 million users in tow.)
Now, like Instagram, and loads of immensely popular services before it, Vine has expanded beyond its iOS beginnings with an app available to Android phones running version 4.0 or higher.