You Must Be at Least 17 Years Old to Download Twitter’s Vine

App Store rules enforce new age restriction for looping-video app

By on February 6th, 2013 08:40 GMT

“You must be at least 17 years old to download this app,” reads a notice on the Apple App Store when you access Vine, a Twitter-owned service that enables you to create short looping videos to share with the world.

The app also got an update today. Version 1.0.5 lets you share to Twitter or Facebook after posting. Users must simply find the post they want to share, then tap the “...” button on the bottom right-hand side.

A user can now report or block a profile. Simply visit the “offender’s” profile and tap the “...” button at the top right.

Bug fixes are also included. An issue that caused a black screen to appear has been resolved. The same goes for a bug that caused uploads to fail after creating a video on certain devices. Some “miscellaneous bug fixes” are incorporated as well.

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