Today, Vine released an update on both iOS and Android that probably includes the the most useful new feature since the app's launch back in January.
Starting today, you can now edit your Vine videos before you post them. Vine is calling it "Time Travel," and it allows you to delete, reorganize, and even replace each individual shot of your 6-second masterpieces.
That's not the only new feature you're getting with today's update. Vine is also introducing "Sessions," which allows you to save uncompleted posts (up to 10 of them at a time) and come back to them later. That means that you can film a couple of frames, stop, and check out other Vines without losing your progress.
"Vine was built for one purpose: to make it easy for people to capture life in motion and share it with the world. That is the reason we built the Vine camera, and it’s why we continue to improve upon and build new tools for your creations, nurturing the balance between power and simplicity that you’ve come to expect from us. We think these features offer new ways for people to express themselves and their creativity. We hope you like them," says Vine's iOS Director Ben Sheats.
I'm sure these updates are going to make avid Vine users pretty damn happy.
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