Twitter-owned Vine video app now supports HD videos
Twitter-owned Vine six-second video service has revealed in a recently released blog post that the Vine app – which is immensely popular among iOS and Android users - now supports high-definition (HD) videos.
Vine API lead Mike Kaplinskiy said in the blog post that technical upgrades brought to the popular Vine app has now given the service the capability of supporting 720p videos on the users’ smartphones. The app thus far supported up to 480p videos.
The announcement implies that the Vine app has now been upgraded to HD videos from the earlier VGA resolution videos. With the addition of HD videos, the Vine app the video quality of the Vine app will increase manifold.
About HD video support coming to the Vine app, Kaplinskiy said in the blog post: "When you watch Vines on our iOS and Android apps, you’ll see these quality improvements — they are rolling out over the coming days. You’ll also see higher quality Vines embedded in sites across the web."
Kaplinskiy also added alongside that, initially, it will be the iOS users of Vine app who will be getting the ability to create and upload higher-quality videos; with the users of Android devices to get a similar feature in the near future.
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