You all know what a good one we are! What! From TikTok. We love it so much that it now has over one billion active users worldwide.
In a blog post earlier this week, Tiktok announced that its platform is popping, Hani! With over one billion active users, this is one of the few apps owned by Facebook or Google to achieve this.
Growing up in the epidemic, Tick had viral dance challenges, including Megan Thi Stallion’s “Savage” and “Don’t Rush”.
With 515 million downloads in the first quarter of 2020, Tiktok has become the most downloaded app in the world.
According to The Verge, “ByteDance has doubled its 2020 revenue to .3 34.3 billion, up from the previous year. Since its launch, Censor Tower says TickTock’s installments have reached .. 3.2 billion, including data on the Chinese version of the app Dwayne. The average monthly user has increased by 25 percent since August 2020. ByteDance was valued at 25 2525 billion in June this year.
According to a report, millennials have also started using Tiktok more than before. “Millennium generations are also on the rise. In 2019, Millennium had just used Tiktok – only 3% used it regularly. At the start of the coronavirus outbreak, the number rose to 19%, the report said, adding that it has skyrocketed in recent weeks.
Most recently, Black Creatives banned the app, alleging that their content was being stolen from whites and that tickets were being further promoted.
Just last year, Trump threatened to ban ticks. But it was avoided because of the partnership with Oracle.
“As part of this proposal, Oracle will become our trusted technology provider, responsible for hosting all user data in the US and protecting relevant national computer systems, to ensure that US national security requirements are fully met.” “We are currently working on a commercial partnership with Wal-Mart. Both companies will participate in a Tiktok Global pre-IPO financing round where they can participate in the company growing up to 20%. We will maintain and expand Tiktok Global’s headquarters in the United States while bringing 25,000 jobs across the country.
Vanessa Pappas, Tiktok’s chief operating officer, thanked users for “making Tiktok a really special place.”
Rumiz, what do you all think?