How we can download Vine videos on our iPhone 5, 5s, 6 and 6 Plus
A long time ago the fashion of uploading videos to the Internet spread all over the world , something almost inevitable, and that has become a kind of “virus”. Something that has increased thanks to the arrival of smartphones with better cameras. Although in this case it is not a phenomenon that can kill someone (at least not in the literal sense). We have to admit that there are many videos with which we can spend long hours laughing endlessly and others that simply … do not require too many comments.
Whatever the type of video, we cannot deny that is a phenomenon that is present and from which companies, of course, want to take advantage . This is where companies like YouTube or Vimeo come in, allowing us to upload our videos for free so that everyone can watch them from anywhere. Although it is not this type of page that we are going to talk about.
Today we want to talk about Vine, which is one of the most popular video sharing platforms , and allows users to capture and share very short videos (6 seconds or less). However, the official iOS application does not allow you to save videos that you find interesting or funny, although you can use third-party applications to do so. Vine ++ is a new jailbreak tweak that tries to get rid of a feather from this restriction and brighten up the day for more than one who was waiting for something like this.
A very easy way to download videos
Developed by UnlimApps, Vine++ will give us the ability to save any video from the popular social network directly to the iOS camera reel on our iPhone at the touch of a button and watch it later or share it with all our friends.
The tweak adds a small download button in the top right corner of each video in the Vine application. When we find a video we want to download, we just have to touch the button and it will immediately start downloading and save it to the camera reel, unlike third party applications that require us to have the application already installed in order to be able to download videos.
As indicated in iDownloadBlog, in addition to downloading videos, Vine ++ also adds a new option to the application’s Settings section that will give us the possibility to disable automatic playback (something that should be already included in the program). If we enable this option we’ll prevent the videos from playing automatically but instead will require us to click on the video each time we want to watch it.
Vine ++ currently works with the latest version of the application (v3.0) and is compatible with all devices running iOS 7 and above. If you are a regular user of the social network, you can install the tweak from Cydia by searching the BigBoss repository for free.
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