Vine, the video sharing app beloved by teenagers, has become the medium of choice when it comes to sharing content on Twitter. Sorry Instagram. Topsy is reporting that Vine has surpassed Instagram in its total daily shares on Twitter, and just days after the app was made available on Android.

"While Instagram's numbers have been fairly flat over the past month, Vine has continued grow—and there's a good chance that opening the app up to another large segment of the market had an impact on that," The Verge reports.

It should be noted that Vine is owned by Twitter and its integration into the microblogging platform is much more compliant than Instragram's. Remember when Twitter removed the easy share feature of Instagram photos on timelines? We're pretty sure that has a lot to do with it.

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[via The Verge]