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5 New Features Added to Vine

Vine wants your love and is trying it’s best to remain an app that you use on your smart phone.

I’ve mentioned before my love for the Vine app, but Vine has issues. While I really wasn’t sure if I could like Instagram video, I’ve taken a liking to it. Instagram’s features far surpass those of Vine’s with 15 seconds of videos, filters, ability to edit – plus the obvious bonus of not having to use and build an audience for yet another social media outlet.

Vine isn’t giving up. Check out these 5 new features added to the latest update of the Vine app.

  • New Vine Features 1 of 6
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    Vine adds 5 new features. Will these updates keep you on Vine?

  • New Camera Tools 2 of 6
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    Vine has redesigned the camera interface on their app. A new grid, focus and ghost tools are now included in the app to help make shooting even easier.

  • Channels 3 of 6
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    Vine now has 15 channels for you to post your videos to. You are given the option when finalizing a video as to what channel you'd like to post to.

  • On the Rise 4 of 6
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    The new "On the Rise" feature shows you the latest and greatest from up and coming viners.

  • Revining 5 of 6
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    Revining is now a thing. Just click the button on the bottom of a Vine post that features 2 arrows to revine a video.

  • Protected Content 6 of 6
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    Now you can limit who sees your video. In the Your Content option, you will see the option to click posts are protected.

What are your thoughts on Vine? Will it outlast Instagram?

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