With a ban imminent, right now TikTok is one of the hottest apps on the app stores, No. 4 on iOS and No. 3 on Google Play.
As of Sunday, the Trump Administration says it will be illegal for Apple or Google to distribute new copies of the app, which counts 100 million users in the United States, is owned by China’s ByteDance, even as negotiations with Oracle to take over U.S. operations continue.
So what to do if you enjoy making short, fun videos of yourself singing songs and dancing?
Consider these TikTok alternatives:
Triller logo (Photo: Triller)
This app offers much of the same short, trendy video bursts as TikTok without being owned by a Chinese company. Los Angeles-based Triller has reached out to popular creators to move their wares to the app, including Charli D’Amelio and Josh Richards. (Rapper Snoop Dog is an investor.) Triller