As the wave of anti-Chinese applications are gaining fast track momentum in recent weeks, pertinent countries such as the US which is already witnessing a strained trade relationship with China has affirmed its decision to ban all the Chinese apps in upcoming months, as opined by US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo.
新阿里彩票This development is soon to ban popular social media app, Tik Tok with immediate effect. At a time when the US President is vehemently blaming the Chinese administration for the global pandemic outrage, this fresh line of developments when the US Secretary is hinting at banning all Chinese apps, fresh tensions and rivalry are expected, also paving way for novel Tik Tok alternatives followed by other apps.
In this course of fresh developments. noted social media platform, Instagram has affirmed its recent investment with the launch of a contemporary app, Reels, in response to Tik Tok replacement initiative gaining momentum aggressively.
新阿里彩票According to recent developments surrounding Tik Tok ban, Instagram is fast showing strong signs of launching Reels in the US by Facebook offshoot, Instagram.
The tentative launch date of the novel Instagram based Reels is likely to hit the markets this August as affirmed by reliable sources in the US.
新阿里彩票The social media platform has already been launched across other countries such as India. Additionally, the pilot launch of the app is being carried out promptly across other nations such as Brazil, France and Germany.
Banking on the growing prospects of Tik Tok alternatives witnessing steadfast adoption in India, Reels is hopeful to soon fill up the vacuum across these countries.
Other contemporary apps that are gaining full-fledged prominence in India include Roposo, Chingari and Mitron amongst others.
If latest updates are to be believed, this Instagram based Reels is likely to witnessing full scale launch across 50 other nations, following the likes of the US. Reels is designed to allow users post 15-second videos besides also offering other editing tools that enables seamless recording and uploading content, just like Tik Tok. However, the scrollable feed option is still not integrated in Reels.