Sensie, an app that supports SensorCore hardware in a number of Lumia smartphones, has been updated to become a universal app for Windows 10 on PC and Mobile. Apart from that, it gave it a brand new design.
"This list includes a limited set of Windows Phone 8.1 devices and does not include some devices that are now running Windows 10 Mobile in the Windows 10 Mobile Insider program". Furthermore, it was programmed for one-handed usage and it has a lot of controls on the bottom of the screen to support that, which turns the hamburger button into mere "back button". "A closed beta group of around 60 members has been providing feedback over the last two months, and we are now close to finalizing the first release". Also, although, it was designed as a universal Windows app, this beta form only works on Windows 10 mobile - no word on it being available for PCs with Windows 10 or tablets and this comes in the context of it being demo'd over a year ago on a Windows PC at the Microsoft Build 2015 conference. The new Windows 10 app for Vine includes features like Live Tiles, drag-and-drop upload, and an adaptive user interface.