While Vines may not be as popular now as they were at the beginning of 2014, or even throughout the year, millions of people from all around the world still enjoy these short 7second clips without any trouble. Research has shown that the Vine app which also came up with the idea may actually have been the fastest app to reach a top selling status over on the Apple Store, which must have been great news for the company behind it. However, have you ever wanted to be capable of downloading a vine to show it to your friends when you do not have access to an Internet connection? Well, this is now possible with the help of a Cydia app known by the name of Vine++.
After downloading Vine++, a little button appears in the main Vine ap. Once users have found a video that is of interest to them, they can easily go ahead and press that little button to have the video save up directly on their devices. Tests have shown that the download is quite fat, ranging from a few seconds to a minute for each vine, depending on the Internet connection of each user who is using the Vine app and the Cydia tweak as well.
Leaving aside the fact that vine videos are easily saved on the device of choice, the Vine++ Cydia app has one more exciting feature and that is of allowing people to actually turn off autoplay in the main Vine app in case that feature can be considered as annoying. This can also be a good way to allow a certain video to load better before actually playing it to avoid lag in the case that your Internet connection may not be of the highest quality. It is also worth mentioning that the popular Cydia app works with iOS 8.1.2 as well, so you will not have to worry about any of the existing compatibility issues that others have reported with older Cydia apps until now.
Based on everything that has been outlined so far, what do you personally think about Vine++? Is it a Cydia app worth taking a look at and downloading? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.