I never thought 6 seconds looping videos could be so much entertaining until I ended up with an account in Vine app. You can see some really interesting and funny 6 seconds looping videos, which are made with so perfection that it gets really hard to know where the video ends and from it begin.
Well, everything interesting has some or the limitations; out of millions of mini videos, we have selected few as our favorites. But what happens is that once we move out of the app, we lose our favorite videos. It is practically impossible to get hold of that particular video out of millions.
This is the time when we wish if there was some app, which let us download videos from Vine app. Natively; neither iOS nor the Vine app lets you download videos, but there’s an app in App Store that does this job. Check out the guide given below for complete details.
How to Save Vine Videos to iPhone or iPad Camera Roll
Step #1. Open App store and download Video Downloader for Vine app. The app isn't free; you'll have to shell out 99 cents.
Step #2. Once the download is finished, launch the app from home screen and log in with your Vine credentials.
Step #3. Your Vine feed will now be visible in this downloader app. Tap the hamburger icon and a side panel slides into view. Tap on Search to manually search for interesting vines, or select Feed, Popular or Promoted to browse videos. To save vines received via private messages, choose Messages.
Step #4. Now assuming that you have found the Vine you wish to download; tap on the Vine video to enter video player.
Step #5. Now tap on the green button with label “Add To Download”.
Step #6. This will begin the download and you will receive an in-app alert or push notification depending upon your notification settings.
Step #7. Now tap on the side menu again, and choose Downloads.
Step #8. This will open the list of downloaded Vines, tap on the one you wish to save in Camera Roll.
Step #9. Tap on “Save Video”.
That's it, the video is now saved in your Camera Roll for offline viewing and also you can share the video with anyone. Let us know if you like this post, via our social media pages (Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus) or using the comment box below.