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Dance your way to social media stardom

A new social app is available for the next generation of content creators. 

Tik Tok, introduced in 2017, lets users have the power to quickly create and share their own unique, 15-second videos, from comedy to dance, or free-style to performance. The app encourages users to let their imaginations run wild and express themselves through their smartphones.

Tik Tok features an array of built-in special effects and stickers all powered by AI Technology, bringing videos to life through the use of body movement-recognition software.

Since its introduction, Tik Tok has become an instant phenomenon in several markets across Asia. This wave has led to the development of a young, fresh, and vibrant community of content creators that spans across a number of genres through original performances. Tik Tok’s community has attracted a number of celebrities and influencers who have turned to the platform to increase their fan-base.

Tik Tok's GAGA Dance Challenge uses your smartphone's camera to recognize your dance moves

This year, Tik Tok’s computer-vision technology comes to life through the GAGA Dance Challenge. Using your smartphone’s camera, the GAGA Dance function recognizes your dance moves and instantly matches it with postures featured on the app. The GAGA Dance Challenge comes to the Philippines with the most popular songs in the country. It is a simple and fun way to enjoy Tik Tok with your friends and family.

A number of celebrities and influencers have joined the GAGA Dance Challenge, including YouTube and social media sensation Pamela Swing. 

Other personalities currently enjoying Tik Tok are singer/dancer Andree Bonifacio and vlogger Baninay Bautista.

Topics: Tik Tok , built-in special effects , AI Technology , GAGA Dance Challenge , Andree Bonifacio , Baninay Bautista
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