A significant app gap exists between mobile platforms that aren’t as popular as the two behemoths that rule the global smartphone market, iOS and Android. Therefore users who opt for these mobile platforms often have to wait for quite a long time before some of the most popular apps on iOS and Android are ported over to their particular platform. This was precisely the case with Vine, which was only recently released for Windows Phone. Today, the Twitter owned Vine Labs rolled out an update for Microsoft’s mobile platform which brings support for saving those six-second clips in drafts.
Today’s update brings version number up to 1.1 and brings feature parity between the iOS, Android and Windows Phone apps. When it was initially launched, Vine for WP didn’t support drafts which meant that users had to finish up the six second clip at once, they couldn’t save it mid-way and pick it up later. Today’s update brings the ability to save Vines mid-way through recording and resume recording from that very spot at a later time. There are only minor visual tweaks included in this update apart from the drafts feature. Available for free, the updated Vine for Windows Phone is now live and ready for download through the Windows Phone Store.
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