At the beginning of this month, Twitter had introduced 6 sec looping video app, Vine for Android users. Today, the company has rolled out the first update for Vine Android app since its debut! This update brings the app to the version 1.1 with several new features and enhancements.
The new version brings the ability to search for posts through hashtags or by mentioning the user’s name directly from the app. The update also lets users to share their video clips to Facebook. Earlier, the app was only allowing users to share their videos to Twitter.
But, the Android version do not have support for secondary camera video recording, which iOS version supports.
Previously, users were facing difficulty with app’s cache that used to consume lots of space. But now the updated version includes a new Clear Cache option in the settings menu, which can avoid eating up much amounts of space.
This update just launched after the Facebook refurbished Instagram with recording and video sharing ability, which also supports secondary camera video shooting. Twitter said that they will add secondary camera video shooting support in the course of time.
Version 1.1 includes the following features:
- Search posts through hashtags and users.
- Share video clips to Facebook.
- New clear cache option.
- Enhancements to capture and sync.
- Bug fixes and User Interface enhancements.
Android users can download Vine new version from Google Play Store for free. It is compatible with devices that run on Android version 4.0 or above.