Duoshan, a new WeChat competitor from Bytedance allows users to record and send each other short videos that disappear after 72 hours. It is currently available in beta for Android
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China's ByteDance launches video chat app, moves in on Tencent's turfSHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's ByteDance Technology unveiled a new video messaging app called Duoshan, a move which analysts say will see it muscling into a space dominated by Tencent's WeChat messenger. ByteDance is one of China's fastest growing start-ups and owns the country's leading news aggregator Jinri Toutiao and short video platform TikTok.
TikTok is giving China a video chat alternative to WeChatByteDance, the world's most-valued startup, just launched a new social media product under its Douyin brand in what many people see as a serious attempt to challenge WeChat. Tencent has long dominated China's social networking space with WeChat and QQ. WeChat claims to have one billion ...
TikTok owner Bytedance unveils Snapchat clone DuoshanOn the heels of teen-focused social app TikTok's skyrocketing popularity, parent company Bytedance today announced Duoshan, a standalone video-messaging app that borrows a page from Snapchat's playbook. Duoshan, which is Chinese for "flashes," allows users to record and send each other short videos that disappear after 72 hours.
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