The popular iOS video-sharing app Vine will be coming to Android in the near future, according to its founders. The Verge is reporting the app — which Twitter launched in January — will bring the ability to create and share six-second GIF-like looping videos to Android “soon.” Vine has also submitted at app update to the Apple App Store for a feature that lets you tag friends in videos, the report said. The news comes just a few weeks after the company introduced the ability to embed Vine videos (at full 600 x 600 resolution) on any website. The platform has gained popularity over recent months. It’s been used by musicians and brands to promote products, news stations to get out news, job applicants and even by the White House. Of course, Vines are also acceptable for sharing with friends how you make dinner and what you’re doing in your free time.