How to use Triller, in case TikTok actually gets banned

Published Sep 19 2020 at 12:30 PM GMT
  • TikTok may be the app-du-jour, but its presence in the United States may not last.  Enter Triller, the video sharing platform emerging as the alternative to TikTok amid uncertainty over the app's future.
  • Popular stars like Charli D'Amelio, the most followed person on TikTok, are starting their own accounts on Triller.
  • D'Amelio is still posting on TikTok as usual, however.
  • (Though she hasn't touched Instagram Reels, which they launched in an attempt to compete with TikTok.) SEE ALSO: Charli D'Amelio joins Triller, TikTok's rival app Triller, which began as a niche music discovery app because of its "AI-powered" editing features, has been around since 2015.
  • Much of its appeal comes from its ability to automatically stitch together clips from multiple takes, sync it with music, and produce a music video.



  • Published Sep 19, 2020 12:30 PM GMT