Facebook Launched a “TikTok” Cloned App called “Lasso”:-
Facebook recently launched the app called “Lasso”, in which users can make short videos, fun videos, comedy videos, dubbed videos and many more.
the main aim of this app to compete the app “TikTok“.
TikTok is the very popular 15 seconds video app that is recently merged with music.ly.
On Lasso, users can record themselves moving, dancing and lip-syncing to music, like what they would already be able to do on “TikTok”.
The app also lets users record short clips like Vines. It’s available on iOS and Android.
Facebook revealed to The Verge: “Lasso is another independent application for short-form, entertaining videos — from beauty to comedy & then some. We’re amped up for the potential here, and we’ll be gathering criticism from individuals and makers.
You’ll need to approve the application to enable access to your profile page, photographs, and recordings.
After that is set up, you’re allowed to look through huge amounts of short recordings that autoplay as you go by them.
“Hashtags” are displayed prominently on the bottom, and like other social media platforms, you can also filter content with tags.
Up until now, you’re ready to share Lasso recordings as Facebook stories, with the element to share them as Instagram stories to come later.
You’re likewise unfit to make your profile private.
Facebook has been oddly quiet about Lasso’s launch, with no official statement on its website.
It was just on Twitter that Facebook item chief “Andy Huang” reported the application’s discharge, and later “Bowen Pan”, the product manager for Lasso particularly, tweeted about it.
Today, my team launched Lasso (@lassovideos), a new video app that lets you create short, fun videos and share them with friends.
— Bowen Pan (潘博文) (@bowenpan) November 9, 2018