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I came in Spanish, now available for iPhone and Android


Although Vine doesn’t seem to be as successful in our country as it is in the United States, it is, without a doubt, a good way to share small videos of our day to day with friends and family.

Instagram occupied an important cheese in this category when it decided to expand its possibilities by offering the option to record and share video on the system, although it seems that the viners They are still faithful to their 6 seconds, and now they want to expand the legion of followers in other regions.

They have announced the launch of the tool in 19 new languages: Dan, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, spanish, Swedish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Thai and Turkish, so it is clear that now the language cannot be considered a limitation in such a famous video distribution tool, a tool that, remember, is owned by Twitter.

They also comment that they are beginning to explore ways to display the most popular videos in specific countries, something that other platforms of this type already have incorporated, necessary to include the viral ingredient in any tool that is considered worthy of the Social Web category.