Vine’s latest update lets you swipe left to find similar content to what you’re already watching, and even lets you view video from your favorite accounts on an Apple Watch.
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Vine is also on the Apple Watch, now. Two feeds — favorites and featured — let you see vines the app wants to surface, and those from accounts you’ve tagged as favorites. Vines won’t autoplay as they do in the iOS app, though; you’ve got to tap on them first, then they loop, sound and all. If you’re a creator, a Vine glance will tell you how many loops your videos have had.
The goal is finding and accessing content you like, but it needs work. I’m not convinced I want to watch Vines on my Apple Watch, and the suggestions for similar vines in the iOS app are a bit off-base.
Expect another update coming soon, though — Vine left their debug icon floating in the app.
— Nate Swanner (@NateSwanner) November 24, 2015