Popular short video sharing social network – Vine has tweaked up its videos to 720p. It is currently only available on iOS devices but the Android app will get the same treatment next, soon. Earlier it had a resolution of 480 x 480 pixels which failed to give crisp and clear displays when viewed from HD devices including mobile phones and computers likewise.
Starting today, the stories you watch and share will look better than ever, Vine said in its site.
The change was triggered because people have now started using Vine on HD devices, so the videos played in Vine app and Vine web-service weren’t as pleasing as it should have been. So to compensate and to come at par with the technology, Vine has improved the quality of their videos to the resolution of 720 x 720 pixels.
Though the same functionality is claimed to hit Android soon, but there is no exact date given. People using the app on iOS devices can directly start shooting videos at 720p and upload them for the world to see.