In the past week, Vine has released its updated version for iOS. This can be considered as a timely rollout since the app’s users continue to increase. As expected, the updated Vine for iOS offers more control over users’ notifications, several improvements to navigation, and support for many other languages.
Twitter’s looping video service has started supporting Arabic, English (UK), and Hebrew. This can be welcome note to Vine users who are more comfortable using their native tongue when using mobile and logging in to social networking sites. It should also be noted that the additional language support feature is also made available to Android users, but for now, the full update is in iOS.
The updated version of Vine in iOS now allows users to customize the way they receive notifications especially in the Notifications menu found in Settings. This may affect push notifications as well as the information displayed in the Activity tab.
There would also be a noticeable new badge for the app. It shows the number of currently unread activities of the user. Additionally, there are notifications for unread Vine messages, which can be seen at the right side as an icon on the screen.
Sharing of Vines
What’s more? The updated Vine version on iOS enables users to share Vines in public or as private messages right from their own screens. This may appear to change based on feedback.
Moreover, there is a new navigation bar that may appear at the bottom portion of the app. This would make it easier for users to move through the app more easily and more quickly. The modified navigation system also allows users to switch between various tabs with just a single tab rather than two tabs.
To make the experience more enjoyable, there is a fading effect appearing on the top bar of the app as users scroll through their videos. This would enable users to focus just on what matters to them the most.
The latest version of Vine for iOS is now available as a free download on Apple Inc’s App Store. It can be installed on the iPhone and/or iPad. As for Android users, there is also an updated version of the app available on Google Play, but this is not as complete as the iOS update.