It is only after couple of days since Facebook announced Instagram with video uploading and sharing feature, then all people looking at twitter’s Vine and their sibling Android app. Very well, what did you know, after experiencing the heat from the Instagram, Vine has eventually updated their Android app to version 1.1.0 providing all-important improvements to its buggy app.
First of all, they have included the feature to truly search for the users or hash tags from inside the app. Yep, we do not know how it was missed from the very first release, but it is the right time they resolved it. Facebook sharing been specifically included in addition to a clear cache option in settings. Vine also guarantees huge performance increase when working with capture speed, also improved audio and video sync.
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Vine Version 1.1 For Android Released, Brings Improved Features
We informed you it absolutely was huge and it could not have come so sooner. As the Instagram declared that within Twenty four hours, they have already found over 5 million videos uploaded to their Instagram service. And these are the sort of numbers that ought to have Twitter’s Vine uneasy.
Some of the cool features are:
The new Vine update for Android brings changes to the mobile app including a direct response to users’ feedback by offering the option to clear the cache, meaning unposted Vines will be deleted leaving space for more.
Other features in the update include higher quality and improved synchronization of audio/video, a quicker capture speed, users and hashtag search and the ability to share videos to Facebook.
The update follows Facebook’s announcement of Video on Instagram. Instagram now allows users to film and upload 15 seconds worth of video, with the addition of 13 new filters.
In addition to the update, a collection of bug fixes and UI improvements have also been carried out.
Vine co-founder and GM Dom Hoffman have previously promised to “continue to make changes to take advantage of Android’s design principles and patterns,” Android Police reports.
Vine for the Android presently has an typical app having 3 stars rating in Google Play Store, in comparison to 4.5 stars granted to Android’s Instagram app.