Popular video-based social network Vine released an update on Tuesday featuring the ability to edit posts that have already been published.
A child company of troubled social network Twitter, Vine allows users to make short looped videos and share them with their followers. Unlike Twitter, users of the Android version of the app can now edit their video captions after publication without having to delete and remake the post.
Prominent Vine users have praised the update, with one stating that the “feature is long overdue,” demonstrating that unlike its parent platform Twitter, the service seems to be listening to its userbase.
The update also features a variety of other additions, including the ability to organise how Vines are listed on your timeline. It is currently available to all Android users, with an iOS reported to be coming soon.
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