Vine may not be dead after all.
Dom Hofmann, one of the three co-founders of the late Vine service, posted an advance on Twitter that points to a possible resurrection of the video hosting platform. The relatively simple image consists of a rectangle in the distinctive shade of Vine green, the Vine "V" logo and the number two.
This is not the first time that Hofmann floated the idea of returning Vine, which quickly became the best free app on the US iOS App Store. UU shortly after its independent launch in 2013. On November 30, Hofmann posted on Twitter that he would be working on " a follow-up on Vine ," and that he is funding it " as an external project . "
Twitter originally acquired Vine in 2012. The service allowed users to record loop videos that werelong. Despite its simple premise, Vine among young people and boasted up to 200 million monthly active users in 2015. In 2016, Twitter announced that and .