TikTok and Musical.ly are both video-sharing social media apps that allow users to create and share short videos. However, there are some key differences between the two platforms.
- Target audience: TikTok is primarily aimed at a younger audience, while Musical.ly was more popular with teens and young adults.
- Content: TikTok videos tend to be more humorous and lighthearted, while Musical.ly videos often focused on singing and dancing.
- Features: TikTok offers a wider range of features than Musical.ly, including the ability to add music, filters, and effects to videos.
In August 2018, Musical.ly was shut down and merged with TikTok. The combined app now has over 1 billion users worldwide.
Here is a table summarizing the key differences between TikTok and Musical.ly:
|Teens and young adults
|Humorous, lighthearted videos
|Singing and dancing videos
|Wider range of features, including music, filters, and effects
|Active and growing
|Defunct, merged into TikTok