There’s no denying that pretty much everyone likes TikTok these days, and nobody should wonder why. The app is used for creating short videos that showcase various comedy and talent acts. There are currently 800 million active users that are enjoying TikTok, and chances are high that the number will grow even more.
The mobile app was first launched in its home country China in September 2016, and it’s currently available for Android and iOS in 40 languages. But regardless of how great an app is, it’s always a good idea to have alternatives. Therefore, we are happy to present you below our top picks:
Available for both Android and iOS, Chingari is capable of pretty much everything that TikTok can do as well. Over 10,000 creators are creating videos for Chingari, and the types of content presented are various. You can find videos related to news (both entertaining and trending), songs, love quotes, memes, comedy, and more.
With Chingari, you are able to both create and share!
This one is presented by its developers to be the best video editor and maker that features music and effects for TikTok. It also has over 40 million users, and that’s impressive! The Play Store page further says:
“Funimate is the most fun video editor app for creating awesome musical video clips, fan edit videos, lip-sync videos, slow motion videos and more. Crop your videos, add still images, cool effects, music, text, and emoji to your videos and amaze your friends with your creativity.”
Still not satisfied with the alternatives? Then you should try out Dubsmash! This app is presented to allow users to make lip sync videos and dance videos based on their favorite music, quotes and even movies! Furthermore, the description says:
“Dubsmash has the world’s largest selection of sounds from your favorite songs, shows & movies!”
With Dubsmash, you are free to save and share videos and be as creative as possible!
Let us know in a comment if you would propose any other alternative or tell us what app you like most from our selection!
Brian Dan is just getting his feet wet as a tech reporter but has already had his work featured in many major publications including Tech Spot and Tech Crunch. In regards to academics, Brian earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Brian has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.