Snapchat has reportedly started testing a new feature that will let you add music to the videos you record and send. The new feature, announced on Monday, makes Snapchat the latest social media platform to compete with TikTok.
TikTok has pledged to invest over $2 billion worldwide in the next three years to support its creators, as part of the TikTok Creator Fund. This comes in the wake of growing political pressure in the US from the Trump administration, and incoming competition from Instagram’s Reels, with Facebook said to be paying TikTok creators for exclusivity.
We talked to popular TikTok creators to find how they are coping with the ban and where they can be found now.
China's TikTok has been hit by a perfect storm this week—the platform has been under fire before, but not like this, this time it's different.
Instagram Reels, the Facebook-owned app’s latest short for video-sharing feature, is working closely with Indian TikTok stars and popular entertainment figures to populate content. Reels is currently in its testing phase in India.
Instagram’s Reels, which was initially brought to Brazil in November last year, has currently been in testing in India, according to a report. This new development comes amid the TikTok ban that the government imposed last week.