The Indian government recently launched a digital airstrike on China by imposing a ban on TikTok. Following this ban from India, the United States also started to do the same for their nation. Moreover, the Chinese hackers planned to hack user accounts by launching the new TikTok Pro app which is nothing but a new Android malware.
TikTok users are searching for a potent video creating an application and to fill this desire Instagram has launched its Reels features. With Instagram Reels feature allows you to create and watch short videos just like TikTok. TikTok users are glad to have a substitute in the form of Instagram reels.
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TikTok replacement Instagram reels launch in India
Instagram Reels feature is currently under testing and soon the feature will be available for everyone. Official release date is still under rocks but smartphone users will be able to try it after updating the Instagram app.
Instagram Reels functions in a way where users can create 15 seconds short videos with popular music tracks. Instagram is looking forward to making Instagram Reels a platform like TikTok where users can participate in different challenges and trends. This is the best form of aggressive marketing that one can see in our world.
The most important part of Instagram Reels vs TikTok is how to create Instagram Reels. The Reels highlight can be gotten to a similar way Boomerangs or Instagram Lives, through alternatives at the base of your screen in Instagram’s camera include. By tapping or holding down the hover at the base of the screen, clients will have the option to begin recording their 15-second recordings with choices like speed, impacts, AR channels, and a clock accessible to them. Reels enable you to utilize your own unique sound too and afterward share that sound with different users for their own Reels.
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Suryapratim Ray is an engineer, author, robotics hobbyist, and an active Quoran. Being a technical blogger, he covers the good, bad, and ugly of science on a regular basis at Sciencenews18. In addition to his passion for writing, he’s equally keen on learning classical music.