>The way I see it, Video apps were created only to claim victory over a market that doesn’t really fix any problems or have a willing audience to begin with. It’s like trying to bring back the Twinkie, snack cake bakeries thought that the public wanted it because there was so much talk about how much people would miss them but when they start to come back onto he market, no one really cares.[fiftyfootshadows](http://fiftyfootshadows.net/2013/06/20/instavidigramification/)

I didn't care for it when Flickr added it way back when. I don't get Vine. I don't want video in my Instagram stream. Don't get me wrong. I love video. I'm a big movie watcher. I have a Netflix streaming account and an Apple TV. I even love well produced commercials.

But ... I just can't understand why anyone would want to share a few seconds of meaningless crap.

But rather that putting Apple software directly into the TV, they are bringing your existing Apple devices and applications to the TV set without requiring you to buy a new TV monitor. In short, the iPhone and iPad in your pocket or handbag is the next-generation TV set-top box, and it is both highly personal and highly social and capable of bringing hundreds of thousands and soon millions of rich interactive applications and experiences onto your TV set.The iPhone and iPad as Next-Generation TV Computers