Google has been rather a busy tech bunny of late.
After launching its most ambitious bid for social networking supremacy Google+, the Android platform holder acquired Motorola Mobility (the mobile devices arm of the company) for a cool $12.5 billion.
In addition to this, Google recently rolled out a free picture-sharing app on iPhone called Photovine, which was initially invite-only, but is now available to all and sundry.
A Photovine is a collection of photos from you, your friends, and people all over the world, connected by a single caption.
Qi’s current favourite vine is "Me And A Famous Footballer", which was started by a fellow called Toff Choudhury, features his soccer ‘buddy’ Paul Gascoigne, and has attracted over 340 comments.
148Apps appreciates the simplicity at the heart of Photovine, noting that, “The app features a clean interface that’s easy to navigate. Users create their own profile, from which they manage their profile picture and friends list, as well as their uploaded photos.”
Plant the Photovine icon on your iPhone Home screen by downloading the app for free.