Vine App Now Supports Filipino Language

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The 6-second video sharing app Vine now supports additional 19 languages and that includes our very own, Filipino or Tagalog. This update has just been rolled out to iOS and Android versions, however the Filipino language is currently or only available to Vine for Android users. There is no mention of Filipino being available on iOS or if it will be available in the future updates.

According to a post on Vine blog, "Now, it’s even easier for people around the world to watch and share posts that make us laugh, teach us something new or help us find out what’s happening in the world." said Colin Kroll, a Vine app co-founder.

So as of posting, Vine can now be used in these new languages, Danish, Finnish, Dutch, German, French, Italian, Indonesian, Korean, Japanese, Norwegian, Malay, Russian, Portuguese (Brazil), Swedish, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Thai and Turkish. Plus Filipino and Polish for Android users. 

Vine also said that they are currently working on a "trending videos" feature based on countries. Now that since this kind of upcoming feature is already mentioned this early and in their most recent blog post, we can expect this update to be released in the very near future. 

While most Pinoy users on the web can survive with English language, there are still who are not that comfortable using English as their primary online language. To me, this is a good job for people behind this Vine app.   

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