Vine App Update Released for Gingerbread Devices, with One Caveat
Vine App Update for Gingerbread Devices, without Recording or Uploading Content Capabilities
The Vine app update is now on offer on Google Play for Gingerbread devices as well. That is because the app is still used by a host of Android devices. The Vine app update now enables their users to use Vine and its capabilities. With Vine users can share their motions in life. Videos are created by everyone simply and effortlessly. The videos can be shared on Twitter, Facebook and other social media. Users can share happy moments with online audiences.
But there is a caveat to the update that is worth discussing. There are hardware limitations in most of the Gingerbread devices still in the wild. Gingerbread has been declining slowly. The hardware is aging. That is the reason for the decline. The old hardware and its limitations have consequences. That is why the Vine app does not allow users to record their own content. They cannot upload their own content either. Users can only view that content on their devices. That raises a red flag for users of Gingerbread devices. They can expect to have problems because of the hardware limitations.
There can be doubts about the usefulness of the Vine app update for Gingerbread devices. They now have access to the app and can download it. But they have limitations to the use of the app. They will not be able to record their own content. The lack of opportunities for uploading their own content is also discouraging. There are users who wonder if the availability of Vine for Gingerbread devices is justified. With the limitations for them, they may not find it very functional. Perhaps they need some new app which does not give them handicapped experience.
For users of Gingerbread devices who would like to try the new Vine app update, it is available for downloading from here.