We've been hearing for a while that the Vine app for Android is on its way, and it looks like today is finally the day that the app drops into the Google Play Store. The micro-video app has been steadily gaining steam on iOS since its release, and as part of today's announcement, Vine says that the platform has crossed 13M users, a number that's surely to rise quickly from here.
The team does warn that Vine for Android does not yet have feature parity with its iOS counterpart, but that the app will be updated quickly to add features like front-facing camera support, search, mentions and hashtags, and the ability to share to Facebook. And, going beyond that, the team has promised "features that could exist only on Android."
As of the time of this writing, the app hadn't gone live just yet, but it should show up in the Play Store at some point today. You'll need an Android device running 4.0+ to use the app, and you'll find it here (eventually).