Facebook is launching the Collab music app to compete with TikTok

Facebook has officially announced its Collab application, which the social networking platform previously launched as an experiment. To remind us, Facebook started testing Collab, a beta version only for guests, in May of this year. TechCrunch was the first to report on the official launch of Collab. Read also – TikTok dethrones Facebook to become the most downloaded application in 2020

It is said that, together with Collab, the social networking giant wants to take over TikTok, one of the most popular short video applications available globally. Like TikTok, Collab allows users to create short music videos by combining up to three standalone videos. Read also – Facebook sued by US government for antitrust issues and maintaining “monopoly power”

While the idea behind Collab is similar to TikTok, there are some differences. The app will allow users to club three different videos together and also allow them to post individual videos on the platform. These videos will be visible to a public “Collab” feed, where users can view and play them together. Read also – Beware! Fraudsters who use duplicate accounts for fraud on Facebook

According to The Verge, the Collab app is available for free on the Apple App Store and can be downloaded. It should also be available in the Google Play Store. In this note, interested parties should understand that the app is not yet available in India, either in the Apple app store or in the Google Play store.

Post the ban on TikTok in India, several short video platforms made in India have been developed. The TikTok application was banned in India earlier this year and is not yet available in the country. There have been words to ban the application in the United States as well, due to security and privacy issues.

Recently, we saw that Facebook launched Instagram Reels in India along with several other markets to take on tastes like TikTok. Mulinete gained widespread popularity in the country and partially managed to replace TikTok. In particular, Reels is part of the main Instagram app and is not a separate app.





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