Video lovers, rejoice: Twitter's Vine is now available on Windows 10.
The new app provides many of the same experiences already available to iOS and Android users. Vines play one after another, a feature introduced last month on mobile. Make a post loop by simply mousing over it or touching the screen.
"Go to Explore to check out channels like Music, Dance, Comedy and Sports, plus find out about trends and viral Vines before they blow up, and follow your favorite creators to watch their stories unfold," Microsoft's Mollie Ruiz-Hopper wrote in a blog post.
To stay up to date with a specific user's Vines, pin their accounts to your Start menu; you'll see a preview of the latest clips in the Live Tile. To share your own Vine, upload a video or drag and drop content directly from your PC.
Download Vine for Windows 10 PC and tablet now; you don't need a Vine account to watch and explore.
These upgrades come several months after Vine general manager Jason Toff left the company, alongside several other Twitter execs. Hannah Donovan took over Toff's role in March, according to Re/code.
For more, see PCMag's review of Vine for iPhone and Android.