Alternative products to TikTok

11 alternative and related products to TikTok

TikTok

A creative music video clip maker 🎬

Tik Tok is a global video community powered by music. Whether it’s dance, free-style or performance, creators are encouraged to let their imagination run wild and set their expressions free. Designed for the new generation of creators, TikTok allows users to quickly and easily create unique short videos to share with friends and the world.

11 Alternatives to TikTok

On Lasso, users can record themselves dancing and lip-syncing to music, similar to what they can do on TikTok. Facebook told The Verge: “Lasso is a new standalone app for short-form, entertaining videos — from comedy to beauty to fitness and more. We’re excited about the potential here, and we’ll be gathering feedback from people and creators.”

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Facebook releases TikTok competitor Lasso
TechCrunch
Done cloning Snapchat, Facebook is now chasing Chinese short-form video sensation TikTok with the launch of its knock-off Lasso. Available now for iOS and Android, Lasso is Facebook's answer to the zany mobile lipsyncing playground that's gained ground with young users, both in China and in t...
The Verge
Facebook has quietly released a standalone iOS app called Lasso to compete with TikTok, the viral 15-second video app that recently acquired Musical.ly. Lasso will be Facebook's bid to win fans among the teen demographic, even as the youths depart from the large social media platform.
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Make awesome videos and share with friends 🎶

According to the Wall Street Journal – Musical.ly was just acquired for as much as $1 Billion 😮🎶👏

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WSJ
Musical.ly Inc., the maker of a lip-syncing app popular among teens and tweens, has agreed to be acquired by Chinese news and information site Beijing Bytedance Technology Co. for as much as $1 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
Recode
Three years ago, Musical.ly didn't exist. Now the app, which lets teens make videos of themselves lip-syncing, is set to sell for at least $800 million. The Shanghai-based company has agreed to sell to Jinri Toutiao, a Chinese media startup that had already bought Flipagram, which competed to some degree with Musical.ly, earlier this year.
GaryVaynerchuk.com
I've been talking about the musical.ly app for quite some time now and how I have been watching its progression. If you don't know, musical.ly allows you to make short 15-second videos of yourself lip-syncing to popular music and audio bites. Think about it as a mashup of Vine, Snapchat, and DubSmash.
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A beautiful app for creating ambient music

Cycle is a time lag accumulator - a musical system that repeats the notes you play over and over until they gradually fade into silence. It's a simple but very powerful idea, allowing you easily create fascinating and often unexpected sonic textures.

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