TikTok

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TikTok Pte. Ltd.
TikTok logo.svg
Douyin logo.svg
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Screenshot of TikTok.com website
Developer(s) ByteDance
Initial releaseSeptember 2016;6 years ago (2016-09)
Stable release
25.1.1 / 10 July 2022
Operating system
Size 278.3 MB (iOS) [1]
265.2 MB (iPadOS) [1]
88.0 MB (Android) [2]
Available in40 languages [3]
Type Video sharing
License Proprietary software with Terms of Use
Website tiktok.com
douyin.com
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