Following the recent debut of Instagram video, Twitter has updated Vine to version 1.3, adding a number of new organizational features that are designed to aid in content discovery. Vine now includes 15 channels in the Explore section plus popular and rising Vine videos.
The app has also been updated with new camera tools, offering a grid view, a focus button to allow users to select the area of the video to focus on, and a ghost button that saves transparent frames from the previous shot. Vine posts can now be "revined" with a single tap, and protected accounts are also available.
What's New in Version 1.3
This update to Vine is our biggest yet!
Browse or submit your posts to 15 new channels — from Comedy, Art & Experimental, to Cats, and more
ON THE RISE
Discover new and interesting Viners right from your Explore screen
Share your favorite posts with all your followers on Vine in one tap
NEW CAPTURE TOOLS
Shoot with style using the new focus, grid, and ghost tools
Allow only people you approve to follow you and view your posts
Also in this update:
- Fixed an issue that caused the camera to focus unnecessarily while recording
- Improved cache control and less disk space usage
- Faster search for hashtags and people you mention frequently
- Crash fixes and other miscellaneous improvements
Vine can be downloaded from the App Store for free. [Direct Link]
Top Rated Comments
There's no way to disable this so I'm stuck with seeing all the crap I don't want to see and I have to flip through 20 pages of revines to find the people I follow.
I surely hope they allow this to be disabled or they just ruined a good thing for me.