TikTok (Asia) is a social network that lets you create and share fun music videos with your friends and followers. To use the app, simply create an account. The registration process takes just a few seconds and can be completed through Instagram, Facebook, or Google.
TikTok includes a variety of options to create music videos. You can choose from hundreds of thousands of songs and use a bunch of tools to customize your video: anything from virtual stickers to camera speed controls (for faster or slower image speed).
Making videos with TikTok is fun, but it’s also fun to check out some of the other users’ creations. As with other social networks, you can ‘like’ other users’ videos, leave comments, share with your friends, and so on.
TikTok (Asia) is a fun social network with a lot of potential. You can search through countless entertaining videos with the touch of a button, and best of all, you can share your best video creations with an ever-growing community.
Tik Tok, the social network that moves to your rhythm
Social networks are slowly moving towards incorporating pictures and videos instead of text. The fact that Snapchat was a phenomenon is no coincidence. Neither is the fact that Instagram is becoming more popular by the day. Another social network that can brag about its millions of users is Tik Tok. Formally known as Musically, its popularity has grown exponentially thanks to the so-called generation Z. Just taking a quick glance at its users is enough to realize that millions of youngsters dance, sing and apply visual and audio effects to create unique masterpieces that blow away the Tik Tok community. With endless creative possibilities, more than one millennial can become overwhelmed. Shall we take a closer look at this social network?
Say goodbye to musical.ly and hello to Tik Tok
Users of the popular musical.ly have recently experienced a drastic change in their app: Tik Tok has taken over the short-form video service, so from now on, we can start forgetting the name musical.ly. The only thing left is a slight reference to it in the app’s current logo. The idea of the merger is to offer a more unified user experience and to create the most relevant short-form video platform in the world.