Vine, the now popular six-second video sharing app launched by Twitter last month, has just received a new update.

Unsurprisingly, the latest update to the app brings unspecified bug fixes and miscellaneous improvements.

Other than those, it delivers a couple of interface changes.

One, feeds no longer refresh automatically when returning to them from another screen. And two, you can now set whether you want to follow the controversial Editor’s Picks feed by going to the settings section in your profile.

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Why controversial? Well, as its name suggests, Editor’s Picks is supposedly a feed where some of the best Vine videos or, simply, vines are showcased. Presumably, the vines in Editor’s Picks are reviewed by at least one editor before they get picked and approved for inclusion. But somehow, a pornographic vine was featured in Editor’s Picks shortly after the app’s release.

Consequently, short of pulling the app from the App Store, Apple stripped Vine of its prominent spot in the store’s Featured section.

On the other hand, the popular photo-sharing app 500px was pulled by Apple around the same time for “featuring pornographic images and material.” It was restored to the App Store a week later, but not without carrying a new age rating of 17 and up, for containing “frequent/intense sexual content or nudity.”

The same age rating was attached to Vine when it was updated with several minor improvements three weeks ago.

Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 5.0 or later, the new version of Vine is available now in the App Store for free.