If you’ve been doing the right thing and self-isolating, there’s a good chance that your screen time has increased by at least seven hours a day, and you’ve probably heard of an app called ‘TikTok’.
I’ve been using TikTok for a couple of months now and guarding my account with my life, fearing that my colleagues would discover the videos of me dancing in my bedroom. Well, not anymore. Everyone is on TikTok, and anyone with shares in the app is doing a celebratory renegade right now (don’t worry – I’ll explain, keep reading).
So, as Mamamia’s (un)official TT expert, I’m going to give you the rundown and expose myself for the TikTok stan that I am.
What is TikTok?
TikTok is a video-sharing platform where over one billion users create 15-60 second dance, lip-sync, comedy, and talent videos. Remember Vine (RIP)? It’s a little like that.
How do I get TikTok?