August 6, 2014
Vine, the popular short-form video-sharing app developed by Twitter's Vine Labs, has just received a major update that delivers several notable improvements. The latest update to Vine offers more control over notifications, including those that appear via push notifications and those that show up in the Activity tab. As noted by the Vine team in a new blog post:
With today’s update, you can now customize notifications to your heart’s content by accessing the Notifications menu in Settings. Note that any changes you make will affect push notifications and what you see in the Activity tab. Additionally, you’ll notice a new app badge that shows the number of unread activity items, plus unread VMs, right from the app icon on your device’s screen.The new version of Vine also offers the option to share a Vine publicly or as a message after creating it right from the share screen. Furthermore, it features a new tab bar at the bottom of the app for quicker and easier navigation. It also provides more video viewing room by fading the top bar away as you scroll through Vines in your home feed or on another user's profile. The updated app also introduces support for additional languages, including Arabic, English (U.K.), and Hebrew. Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 6.0 or later, Vine is available on the App Store for free. Vine received its previous major update early last month. That update brought loop counts, a streamlined feed design, and a redesigned Activity section.
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