View great collection of photos taken by different people from across the world. Photovine, the new iPhone application dedicated to photo sharing sites, which broadens the horizon of more and more business to the Google social network.
As described in Photovine’s FAQs section, a vine is like a constantly growing family of photos connected through a common caption created by you, your friends, and people all over the world. Some examples of vines could be: “Your Weekends”, “Your Secrets”, “Partying”, or, “Your First Love”. As people add photos to vines, they tell their own stories about the moments, images, and ideas that define our lives in a way that’s social, creative, and fun.
The utility lets you publish and share their photos into a sort of albums called “Vines”, The application is currently only available on the iPhone, and only the store in English, although it is fairly predictable on a port devices that support Google’s Android operating system home. The application can be synchronized with your Twitter profile or the one on Facebook to post photos directly from Photovine, even within them.
It has classic features available on the most popular social networking sites such as the ability to add friends to your profile, comment on and rate photos in the “Vines” Lile as the rinse, for example, for the post of Facebook. The application seems to be quite pleasant to use.
Though it has not mentioned in the website that it is Google’s project but as per cyber world, surely the introduction of Photovine represents another step by Google in an attempt to attack the market with a strong social network.
Concluding Remarks: Photovine seems to be similar to the Twitter update that allow you browsing and sharing images with #tag. And in a way very similar to that used by other apps as the best known existing Instagram.