TikTok’s Parent Company Could Be Planning A Music Streaming Competitor
When it comes to music streaming services, there are many to choose from, and it looks like we could be getting yet another option. According to a report from the Financial Times (paywall), it seems that TikTok’s parent company ByteDance could be planning on entering the on-demand music streaming service.

Instagram Takes On TikTok With New App ‘Reels’
Apps tend to trend every now and then, and for a while back, Snapchat was one of the more popular apps around. While it is still very popular, there is a new-ish app that has kind of taken over in the form of TikTok. If you’re unfamiliar, TikTok is basically an app where users can lip-sync and dance to pre-recorded music and share those videos online.

US Senators Want To Know If Music App TikTok Could Be A National Security Risk
In recent years, we have seen the rise in the popularity of TikTok. For those who are unfamiliar, TikTok is an app in which users can set a song and dance to it and later add all kinds of funky and cool effects. It is basically a fun app that doesn’t seem to do much else, but could it potentially be a national security risk?

ByteDance, TikTok’s Owner, Is Making Its Own Smartphone
There were rumors that ByteDance, the company that owns the very popular TikTok app, is going to make its own smartphone. ByteDance has officially confirmed that it’s indeed working on a smartphone of its own. The company has already expanded into messaging and might even be thinking about launching its own music streaming service, so this hardly comes as a surprise.

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A Woman Finds Her ‘Missing’ Husband In A TikTok Video
TikTok, for those unfamiliar, is a popular music app in which users can record themselves lip-syncing and dancing to popular tunes. However, it seems that in addition to being able to provide users with countless hours of fun, it seems that it can also be used to locate missing spouses, which is what one woman from India did.

TikTok Owner May Be Developing Its Own Smartphone
You may have heard of TikTok, a massively popular app which lets users record themselves lip-syncing to songs, dialogues from movies, etc. It was recently reported that the company behind TikTok, ByteDance, is developing its own Spotify rival. A new report claims that it may even be making a smartphone as well.

TikTok Owner Is Reportedly Developing A Spotify Competitor
TikTok is one of the most popular social media apps right now. It lets users make short videos of themselves lip-syncing to songs and other pop culture references. It has proven to be an immense hit, particularly in emerging markets. A new report mentions that ByteDance, the Chinese owner of TikTok, is now developing a Spotify competitor to challenge the world’s top music streaming service in precisely those markets.

Apple And Google Remove TikTok In India Following Court Order
TikTok has become immensely popular over the past year, particularly with the younger demographic. The app lets users record themselves lip-syncing and dancing to songs or dialogues from movies. TikTok has proven to be particularly popular in Asia but it’s now having to deal with some backlash in one of its biggest markets. Apple and Google have complied with a court order in India and removed TikTok from the App […]

Popular Music App TikTok Hit With $5.7 Million Fine Over Privacy Violations
TikTok is one of the more popular social media apps in the market right now. For those unfamiliar, basically it’s a music app where users film themselves lip-syncing, dancing, or acting out to various songs or sound bytes. It has gained massive popularity where the company behind TikTok actually bought out its competitor, Music.ly.

Facebook Reportedly Looking To Create Its Own TikTok Competitor
These days there seems to be a trend these days amongst teens where they create dancing and singing videos using the TikTok app. For those unfamiliar, TikTok is an app that lets users create fun and funny videos with effects while they sing and dance along to songs in the background.