Vine has been available on iOS and Android, and today it finally launched on Windows Phone.
We’re excited to welcome Windows Phone users to Vine https://t.co/tCmOIpSD3D
— Vine (@vineapp) November 12, 2013
The design has been slightly tweaked to better suit the operating system, and functionality is virtually identical to other versions.
However, Vine for Windows Phone users receive the ability to pin accounts to their homescreen, and use Pivots to switch between apps.
While the six-second video app is now official, it has yet to land on the Windows Phone Store, but Microsoft says it will be available today.
According to a recent report, Vine is the fastest-growing app of 2013, and its arrival on Windows Phone is sure to help it grow even further.