Twitter has updated its short video sharing app Vine with HD quality video support. Earlier Vine used to support only 480 resolution videos. The latest update will allow the users to watch better quality videos.
According to the company, users will automatically see the quality improvements while watching Vine videos on their iOS, Android and on Web. Vine app for iPhone was released back in 2013, followed by Android in June of the same year and then Windows Phone platform. The Vine service allows the users to share 6 second videos from their phone on their network.
Twitter has also released Vine Kids, an exclusive Kids app through which Kids can watch the 6 second videos appropriate for their age. The latest update is currently being rolled out to iOS users. Android users should be able to receive the same in coming days.