What’s the different between saving a Vine video vs. saving a YouTube video?
It’s the download time. According to an answer on Quora, a study shows that by 2013, the average length of a YouTube video is around 3 minutes and 30 seconds long.
What about Vine videos?
Well, there is no Avg. Length because it’s limited to around 6 seconds. Therefore, it won’t even take you that long to download Vine videos.
With that being said, let’s see how you can get started.
Using a Cydia Tweak
Mivezi is a free Cydia tweak that allows you to download Vine videos to directly your iPhone’s Camera Roll. There is no need for a computer or tangled third-party apps from the App Store.
Majd Alfhaily, the guy who developed SaveCloud, is the author of this tweak and it’s now available on his repository.
Step 1: Launch Cydia > Sources > Edit
Step 2: Add Alfhaily’s repository at apt.alfhaily.me
Step 3: Search for Mivezi from there and Install right away
Be sure to have the official Vine application ready as this tweak will be implemented right inside it.
Once Mivezi is installed, open up your Vine app. To save any video to your iOS device, all you have to do is tap on the 3-dot icon on the bottom right-hand corner of every video and choose Save to Camera Roll.
The option is placed along with where you usually Block or report a person if you’ve ever done that. Again, Mivezi is a free tweak that you can use to download as many Vine videos as you want but please don’t get yourself into copyright issues.
Doing it on the computer
That was easy right?
If you don’t have a jailbroken device, here is another method just for you.
Go on Vine Downloader and paste the link of specific Vine video you want to download. After that, connect your iPhone into a computer.
Open up iTunes and transfer that video to your iPhone or iPad.
The App Store Apps
Don’t have time to turn on your PC and not able to jailbreak?
There are several apps out there like Vinsave, vSave, and a bunch of others that lets you download Vine videos and save them to your iPhone.
However, most users are forced to see ads and go through a whole set of complicated steps just to get a single Vine video to arrive.