As well all know that Android and iOS are the two giants of mobile platform ahead of Windows and therefore, the updates for any app take quiet time after rolling out for the other two mobile OS giants. Well, we already know that Twitter owned Vine, the six-second fun sharing app has greeted the tiles of Windows Phone last month, but it seems that this app has just received an update for the Window platform. This latest update brings the support of Drafts to the Vine and thereby, user can save their six-second clips in drafts. The update upgrades the Vine app to version number 1.1.
Vine which was released last month do not support drafts which made users to finish off the six-second clip at once, but it seems that the Drafts support will be very effective as user can save the recording as well as user can resume the recording from the last pause. Also, there are other minor visual changes including the Drafts support. Since, this update is now available to Windows Phone users, they can head over to Windows Phone Store to download the app.
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