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Tiktok Ban: Facebook may launch Collab in India soon

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Updated Tue, 30 Jun 2020 12:35 AM IST

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59 Chinese apps have been banned in India, although all these apps were currently available on the App Store and Google Play-Store until the news was written. After the ban on these apps, there are many questions that are yet to be answered. For example, what will happen to the videos of users of TikTok whose views are in millions. Demand for Indian apps and non-Chinese apps will increase after Chinese apps are banned.

In May this year, Facebook has launched an app called Collab that can match TicketLock. Facebook has been eyeing the short video app TickTalk for a long time, as compared to which Facebook has launched its short video app Collab, however, this app is currently available in the US and Canada only through Invite for iOS users. Facebook can benefit from the ban on TicketLock in India and for this benefit the company can introduce the collab app in the Indian market as soon as possible. Although the company has not officially said anything about it yet, but experts believe that Facebook will not let this opportunity go by hand.

Talking about the features of Facebook’s collab app, you can make short videos through this app. You can also add interesting music in the video. You can make a video on a song in three parts. You can invite two of your friends for the other two parts. All the features close to the collab are similar to TicTalk. Another user will also be able to create their own video using a video you have posted.

For example, you can sing a song in a video, your friend can play guitar and a third friend can give music. Collab app is derived from Collaboration, which means cooperation / partnership.

Users can also share videos created on Kolab on social media, although they have to be shared on Kolab before sharing videos on other platforms such as Instagram and TickTalk. Apart from this, the app also does not have the feature of save to camera roll which means that you cannot save the video in the phone.

59 Chinese apps have been banned in India, although all these apps were currently available on the App Store and Google Play-Store until the news was written. After the ban on these apps, there are many questions that are yet to be answered. For example, what will happen to the videos of users of TikTok whose views are in millions. Demand for Indian apps and non-Chinese apps will increase after Chinese apps are banned.

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