Back in October 2016, Twitter announced that it was shutting down the popular 6-second video sharing service Vine. The company has now announced that the video service app will be officially discontinued on January 17. To take its place, the Vine camera app will provide a similar service allowing users to make 6.5 second looping videos that can be saved or posted to Twitter. The app won’t support social sharing to the Vine community as we know it, instead functioning essentially as an offline creation-oriented app. Users will have until January 17 to download their Vines. After that, vine.co will become an archive of clips, allowing you to view all of the Vines ever created.