Vine for Android updates to version 1.1 bringing some much needed improvements to the popular video-sharing service


The increasingly popular video-oriented companion to Twitter, Vine, has updated their new Android app to version 1.1 bringing some very important improvements to the app, which currently has an average rating of 3 stars. Today’s update brings huge improvements to performance including quicker capture speed, higher quality and improved audio/video synchronization. Users now have the ability to clear their local cache in the app’s settings, search for users and hashtags and share videos to Facebook. Finally, the developers have included some bug fixes and tweaks to the UI. 

The ability to clear the cache is crucial for any app dealing with video, but the feature is still not perfect. While it erases any unposted Vines from your storage, it doesn’t change the fact that its saving those unposted files in the first place. The next logical step would be to include an option to save or trash the unposted Vines in the first place. Hit the download link below to give the updated version of Vine a test-drive.

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About the Author: James Gray

Jim is a musician/nerd/burrito enthusiast living north of Boston. In his free time (of which he has none) he plays guitar and tinkers with the absurd amount of Android devices he owns. Born and raised on a farm in the backwoods of Vermont, Jim spent a few years after high school traveling the states, settling temporarily on Massachusetts. His first Android phone was an HTC G1, and he's had countless devices since. He is also really good at convincing people to buy stuff. He currently lives with his girlfriend and writes for Talk Android between selling cell phones, playing in a band and running a record label.

  • Shannon James Brooks

    I have 2 or 3 videos I didn’t post. If it saves them, where does it save them? And how do I view them?