Twitter created vine as a way to share short (six second) videos with your friends. Eventually it grew and nearly beat out Facebook’s Instagram. But now it seems like vine has been on a decline ever since Instagram came out with video sharing with longer videos (fifteen seconds). I believe that it is time for Google to get their hand into the bowl. YouTube has an enormous amount of traffic each and every day; as does the mobile app. So what if Google was to create a mobile app to rival Vine. Where you can share short videos with the web and have the videos in your subscribers feed. Instead of having captions it would be just like the YouTube we know now with a title and a description. Plus having the ability to search for clips instead of just browsing for them through a vague compilation. The videos would be a minute or less; longer than Instagram and Vine but still shorter than the time consuming six minute videos on the main site. Have you ever found yourself watching one short clip after another on YouTube and before you know it thirty minutes have passed. That is what people would do with this app; entertain themselves. It would be the top app on the app or Google play store. All of these features would add up to an app that could put Instagram and Vine on the sidelines. Integrating the app with Google plus would make it even better. Creating this app would be an incredibly worthwhile endeavor for Google. Thousands… No.. Millions would visit this app daily to share with the world. Everybody would benefit; Google, users, and companies that want to advertise. What company wouldn’t want their ad on an app like this. Users could make money as well by integrating adsense. the possibilities are endless.