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Facebook has already blocked the video sharing application Vine of Twitter

According to several sources, Facebook has blocked Vine, the video sharing service integrated with Twitter microblogs. Vine, a startup recently acquired by Twitter, allows users of the social network to post videos of six seconds or less, as is the policy of Twitter. The first video posted on the social network using the new service on 23 January. This is the boss of Twitter, Dick Costolo, who has posted a flash demo of preparing a steak tartare with Vine. In the aftermath, January 25, the application Vine landed on iOS.



In addition to making possible the launch of short videos, Vine application allows users to post tweets video, follow other users Vine and view video content. However, it seems that Facebook blocks this App, preventing users of its social network to find other friends present on Vine.

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This blocking by Facebook was first noticed by a reader of high-tech blog "The Verge" who posted a photo on Twitter at @ Verge attention among others, showing a screenshot of its application with Vine the message: "Vine is not allowed to create this query on Facebook." This message is simply the result of his search for Facebook friends could use Vine.



Following this episode, the site Mashable reports that users are "also currently unable to share videos from Vine on Facebook. Though we have not received an error message about it, shared videos from the application does not always appear on our timeline. "However Mashable also notes that Vine has undergone numerous delays, the inability to share videos between social networks could result. To this date, Facebook and Twitter have not spoken about this.

Facebook has already blocked the video sharing application Vine of Twitter Facebook has already blocked the video sharing application Vine of Twitter مراجعة من قبل Steven Raiss في 7:00 PM تصنيف: 5