Starting today, Instagram users can now share videos of up to fifteen seconds, with thirteen video-only filters to use. At a press conference earlier today Instagram founder Kevin Systrom, now owner by Facebook, would be now supporting video. Yes, the rumours are true. Instagram worked with “video scientists” to create a stabilization feature called Cinema.
There are those saying that it will kill the current leading video app, Vine. However Vine, which is owned by Twitter, are now shared more on Twitter than Instagram photos. The key to Vine’s success is based on this integration with Twitter, and as long as Instagram does not load into Twitter, Vine will be in no danger.
Instagram Founder Kevin Systrom