Douyin, a Chinese Internet giant ByteDance launched it in 2016. Many people compare the app with WeChat, claiming they are the largest competitors. However, the features and user demographics of the two apps are vastly different.
Douyin, the Chinese equivalent of TikTok is called. Bytedance, a Chinese tech firm, owns both brands.
It is unique among social media platforms due to its emphasis on short video content. These videos can be between 15 and 60 seconds. You can also choose from a variety of background music and filter options to personalize your videos. Combining rhythmic music and stylish filters can make seemingly ordinary content like pet videos, people eating meals, and shopping videos viral.