Twitter, which acquired Vine in 2012 before the app had even launched, announced Thursday morning that it would be discontinuing the app in the coming months.
“You’ll be able to access and download your Vines. We’ll be keeping the website online because we think it’s important to still be able to watch all the incredible Vines that have been made,” Twitter shared in an announcement on Medium to current users.
The awards will honor outstanding individuals 19 years old and younger that are leading, disrupting and empowering across a variety of platforms. This program brings the teenage demographic together as one by recognizing the importance of entrepreneurs, influencers, philanthropists and more.
The nominees of this program are all living proof of the program’s moto: Young people can make a difference too. Check out more info on TigerBeat.com.
The stars have taken to Twitter, Instagram and more to pay tribute to the fallen, the heroes and remember the horrific events that happened 15 years ago today.
“Walking the streets of New York City today you can not help but think of those who lost their life many years ago on this very day,” Sadie Robertson wrote on Instagram. “A devastating day…. but on that day our country came together. The city of New York came together. Today, we walk with smiles on our faces through this wonderful city, because we are thankful for our country and for the men and women who fought hard so that we can walk the streets safely. We will never forget.”
Read what Sabrina and Jake wrote below:
Remember the lives we lost 15 years ago, be grateful for those we still hold in our arms today. #NeverForget
In celebration of the cool new holiday, Disney Channel is celebrating with a brand new short centering on JJJ‘s new fave animated flick, Zootopia!
The short is just one of many being showcased throughout the day with others including Frozen, Frozen Fever, Tangled, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Finding Nemo and Aladdin.
The famed “As Told By Emoji” series has amassed over 72.9 million views online and has been translated into 25 languages. Plus, as a bonus for fans, the series will be available as part of a special collection on the Disney Channel App beginning next week!
A meme is going viral on Instagram informing users to turn on notifications for their favorite people to follow in order to ensure they see their posts once the timeline change happens.
As you may have heard, the social media app will be reordering your timeline to present content in order of how it thinks you will find posts interesting, rather than place everything in a chronological order as before.
The meme is inaccurate though as all posts will still be there for you to see, they’ll just be in a different order, according to BuzzFeed. If you turn on notifications for every person you follow, you’ll get a push notification to your phone every time someone posts, but it won’t make your timeline change to chronological order. So prepare for your phone to start blowing up with notifications if you follow suit!