Alright folks it’s finally here, the big update that the trending Twitter video service Vine had promised us for this summer.
For those of you who don’t know, Vine had already pushed this update out on to the iOS last week and it brought great new features and changes to the app which really made the iOS users of the app quite happy. Now, finally those changes are available for Android users as well as Vine 1.3.1 is available for download on the Play Store.
With this latest update, Vine users will be able to access new video channels, with the ability to watch category sorted videos. The updated Vine will bring 15 new channels for the masses which includes categories like Music, Comedy, Cats, Dogs and nature. Personally, I don’t know why they bothered to put a Music category in a 6 second video service but hey why argue?
Vine users will also receive an updated capture interface which will include a new focus, grid and ghost tools. Apart from that they will also be able to quickly capture all the Vine-able moments on their phone thanks to a 1×1 icon that they can place on their home screens. Tapping the icon will take them directly to Vine’s camera so they don’t have to miss out on an opportunity to share what they see with the world.
Speaking of sharing, users will also be able to share the Vines they like with their followers with just one tap. Quite frankly, this is the first feature introduced in the app that has finally made it look like that this app belongs to Twitter.
So, if you are a Vine user who still hasn’t updated his Vine app with the app’s biggest update to hit Android since its release, I suggest that you do so right now by clicking on the link given below and drastically improve your Vine experience. Oh and don’t forget to leave comments for the developers on the app’s Google Play Store Page and let them know what you else do you want to them to include in the app.
Google Play Store Link: Click here