Twitter today announced Music on Vine for iOS and Android to help users discover and create music on the short-form video sharing service.
“Music has been part of Vine’s culture since the beginning,” the company says on its new website. “Now, we’re connecting you to the music you love, starting with new ways to discover and create with music on Vine.”
Vine was acquired by Twitter back in 2012 for a reported $30 million, and the service has now grown to a 200 million active monthly user base (“who watch Vines every month”), according to the company’s blog posting. The app allows users to share six second-long looping video clips.