has been rebranded as Vine Camera so that you can easily keep making short, looping videos, but what if you want to view all of the Vines that have been uploaded to the service since it first launched? That's where Vine Archive comes in. Vine had originally promised that they'd create some sort of service to view previously uploaded clips, and it's great to see that the company has followed through with one of their final words.The Vine app
Vine Archive can be accessed by heading over to Vine.co, and doing so will allow you to view Vines by the year they were uploaded, various categories (Animals, Art, Comedy, Edits, Music & Dance, Sports, and Weird), Editor's Picks, and Playlists such as "Do It For The Vine", "Bruh", and others. Additionally, you can head over to the Community section of the site to search for your favorite creators by their username to view Vines that have only been uploaded by them. To go along with that, previous Vine users who don't have any interest in having their Vines be part of the Vine Archive can manually opt out of the collection by logging into the site and deleting their account.
It certainly is a bummer that Vine is officially no more, but this is one of the smoother deaths of a social network that I can remember. The Vine Camera app and its tight integration with Twitter means that any videos you make that are 6.5-seconds or under will still automatically loop when uploaded to the site, and now that Vine Archive is here, you can rock out to "Yo my name is Nicholas, and this is ridiculous, got mad gummy money and it is deliciousness" all day long.