Slow-mo, improved uploading and editing features added to Vine for iOS

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Vine has just updated its iOS app with a new and improved way to upload, enjoy and share its six-second mini-videos.

For starters, you’ll now be able to upload existing videos from your phone and turn them into Vines by importing one or mixing different videos using the option on the bottom left corner of your capture screen.


To help you get more creative with your videos and polish them to look just the way you want them to, Vine now also supports slow-motion videos and has sped up the editing process and added new tools such as a duplicate, mute, preview and undo button.

New tools have also been added to the Vine camera including a new focus lock level, which now works with the front-facing camera in addition to the rear camera, ghost mode, which shows you the last frame of your previous shot and a new torch, which helps you shoot clearer videos in low-light settings.

Vine has also revealed that than 100 million people watch Vines every month and there are more than 1 billion loops every day.

“When we introduced Vine, we wanted to make it easier for people to create, share and discover short, looping videos,” the company says. “As the community continues to grow and more and more people find and watch Vines every day, we are excited to provide people with more tools to express their creativity and make even more, and more awesome, Vines.”

Download or update Vine for iOS from iTunes. According to Vine, the roll-out will come to Android soon, but they didn’t mention anything about the Windows Phone app.

[Source – Vine. Image – Vine]