6 Reasons Vine Was And Still Is The Best App Ever

6 Reasons (And Seconds) Vine Was, And Still Is, The GOAT Of Apps

Admit it–Vine was the best app ever and you probably miss it. Here's why.


Vine was funny, relatable, and quotable. We all miss Vine... Admit it, you do! Read on to get a blast of nostalgia from your favorite app.

1. Re-watching the same vines

I bet you've gone to Youtube typed in "vine" to watch your favorite Vines over and over again. At least, that's what I do!

2. Quoting

"You better stop", "I'm in my mum's car", "Welcome to Chili's", "What up, I'm Jared", and so many more!

3. Everything was better

It's 2015 again and Vine is around. Life is good.

4. 7 seconds

One quality of Vine that I loved was the length of each video. They were short, simple, and to the point.

5. Vine on Twitter

Whenever I'm on Twitter and see a thread of Vines, I can't help but watch.

And they always get the most retweets.

6. The legacy

Even though Vine has been gone for some time now, it's still mentioned or talked about almost every day. Remember Keek, the app that was similar to Vine? Didn't think so. No app will ever maintain this much popularity after being removed from the internet for years.

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7 Things Every Real Taylor Swift Fan Knows Will 100 Percent Happen On TS7



On April 13th, Taylor Swift posted on her Instagram a picture with the caption "4.26"... since then, every post since has had the same caption, and fans have been theorizing ever since.

1. It's going to be very different from "Reputation"


Looking at her current pastel Instagram theme, it is very, very different than dark, mysterious vibe from her "Reputation" days.

2. This will be one of Taylor's happiest albums yet


Taylor has stayed out of the media for the most part since the release of "Reputation", and I believe that she's enjoyed her time, focusing on her music, friends, family, and relationships during this downtime.

3. This album will reflect on her childhood


In 2016, in an interview with Glamour magazine, Taylor revealed that she was bullied in school, and her mom would often take her to T.J.Maxx after school to look at the opal jewelry in order to cheer her up. On April 14th, she posted a picture of jewelry, including opal. Also, one could say that her current Instagram profile picture has an opal tone to it. These could be hints to Taylor tapping into her childhood for her newest album. Oh, and she dressed up as a "childhood hero" for a New Year's Eve party...

4. ...But also focus on moving forward


From her fresh, pastel Instagram theme to the flowers, butterflies, and overall springy vibes, Taylor has an airy, happy vibe that yells fresh, new life. Perhaps the album will also focus on her rising above everything from "Reputation" and all of the new things in her life.

5. It's going to have hidden eggs placed within the lyrics


All Swift fans know that Taylor loves to play games and create puzzles for us to figure out leading up to album releases. Why does the album itself have to be any different? Hopefully TS7 will have hidden gems in it as well...

6. Jack Antonoff and Max Martin will be back


Jack and Max have been with Taylor since "1989," and I don't think they're going anywhere. If they made it through the sound shift between Swift's 5th and 6th albums, they can work with whatever new ideas Taylor comes up with.

7. If the old Taylor is dead, I think TS7 will be when the new Taylor fully emerges


There's been some butterfly emojis and imagery flying around on Taylor's Instagram, and in a way, I think TS7 will be Taylor emerging from her cocoon of sorts into a butterfly. "Reputation" showed that she was capable of change, and this new album will show a more mature version of Taylor.

Chances are all of these are 100% wrong... but hey, it's fun to theorize while we wait for her new single/album to drop on April 26th.

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