If you're big into your social networks you may well be a Vine user, or here on BlackBerry 10 our best option is the third party application Whine. Whine has been updated this week to version 22.214.171.124 and with it brings a small but valued selection of improvements - especially for BlackBerry Passport owners.
I don't mind admitting that although I've had Whine on my BlackBerry since it was first released it's only recently that I've really started using the app on a daily basis. If you've not used Vine before the easiest way to describe it is that you can upload short video snippets for your followers to see. Clearly, not many folk want to see me so I spend my time checking out Vines from celebs and people that I subscribe to on YouTube.
It's a long way behind the likes of Instagram and Facebook, but a nice alternative and Whine does a great job.
New in this latest version:
Faster loading times
Better low speed connection support
BlackBullet partnership and integration
Passport multiple covers added
Scaling of VM's fixed
Whine is currently priced at $2.99 but if you need a Vine option on BlackBerry 10 this one's a beauty.
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