Four months after releasing its first desktop experience, video sharing platform Vine (s twtr) announced via blog post on Thursday that it released a refined update to its website, Vine.co. In addition to a sleeker look, the new desktop platform also packs a new search engine, allowing users to find Vines via person, tag or location. Users can also access trending tags and popular videos more easily through the “Explore” page. Still, Vine.co remains a place for users to view and share videos only — video creation remains exclusive to its mobile apps.
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