Vine for Windows Phone updated with draft support

Vine for Windows Phone updated with draft support
It took a while for Vine to make its way to Windows Phone, but now that it has, the team isn't taking a break. Vine Labs is working hard to bring the Windows Phone option up to feature parity with the iOS and Android options. Today saw a good step in that direction with an update to Vine for Windows Phone that adds draft support.

This means that you no longer have to worry about creating your 6-second masterpiece all in one go. Instead, you can back out of a video that is in-progress, and still save it for later. This is especially helpful if you want to do any scene changes or costume changes while in the middle of shooting. While you are shooting, if you tap the X in the top left of the screen it won't give a deletion warning anymore, but it will offer you the chance to either save or discard your work. 

Unfortunately, Vine for Windows Phone still hasn't quite caught up with its Android and iOS counterparts, because there is still no option to edit your video by moving clips around or deleting clips within a video. But, no doubt that feature is on the way.

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2. BesnikRrustemi

Posts: 44; Member since: Jan 08, 2013

Today was a big Update day for Windows Phone,so many Main apps have been updated,Instagram,Vine,Viber,Whatsapp,etc

3. Moodi

Posts: 38; Member since: May 11, 2013

and yesterday Subway surfers landed on WP store :D

1. snowgator

Posts: 3630; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

Nice to see. My "social network driven" daughter wants the L1020. I did not pressure her and told her some of the disadvantages of WP, but she loves that camera and likes my WP. Any updates are welcome, and doing some feature upgrades this quick after the official release does show Vine is serious about making their apps quality if they are doing them.

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