Ever thought about creating a little bit more spice to your Vine clips? If the answer is yes, then we have some excellent news to share. It appears that Vine will let you add music to your 6-second masterpieces straight from your mobile device – and not only that.
To add music to your vines, all you have to do is tap on the music note button that appears on the bottom right corner of your posted clip. From there, you can select the music that you want to pair your video clip with.
And then here comes more magic; Vine‘s latest update has also released Snap to Beat, a feature which helps you create “perfect loops” – aka loops where users can’t tell the beginning from the end. Snap to Beat can help you identify how much of the song you need in order to make your loop a perfect one.
Moreover, Vine is now tapping into content discovery. Featured Tracks is Vine’s latest feature which helps you add song to your Vine or even check out which are the latest songs added to the collection.
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