TikTok, which retained Musical.ly a month ago, is revealing another component that will give users a chance to add their responses to different recordings. In the “share” menu, there’s currently a “React” choice, and when you select it, the application will record a video of you as you watch a clip.
You’ll at that point have the capacity to move your response video around the screen to put it where you need. An application update with the new element ought to be accessible in both the App Store and Google Play inside the following couple of days.
Bytedance, the firm behind China’s real news conglomerating service Jinri Toutiao, obtained Musical.ly in 2017. Not long ago, the organization started combining Musical.ly applications and highlights before blending Musical.ly with TikTok in August.
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