Everything you need to know about Triller—TikTok's biggest competition
While we all love scrolling endlessly through our For You Page, there's a new app in town: Triller. Triller is one of the newest, most popular video sharing and editing app, and we've got everything you need to know about it right here, so you can decide where you want to watch your next video.
What is Triller?
Triller is very similar to TikTok, in which users can share videos with background music. Many TikTok celebrities have joined the app, including Charli and Dixie D'Amelio, who both joined in September 2020. Charli hasn't posted a *ton* of videos on there yet, but she's put a lot of her Triller videos on her Insta stories.
What other celebs have Triller?
Triller, despite just gaining traction as a video-sharing app, has gained a *lot* of star power. Influencers including the D'Amelios, Noah Beck, Avani Gregg, Marshmello, Lil Huddy, Bryce Hall, Loren Gray, and Jaden Smith have all hopped on the Triller train.
What makes Triller different than TikTok?
Both apps are incredibly similar, with TikTok's "For You" being Triller's "Trills". However, Triller does have an AI video editing feature. This feature allow users to film multiple takes of a video using a sound, and then the feature edits the videos and puts them together into a video (what a time saver!).
Other features that Triller has?
Triller has a page where you can see the songs that are trending at the moment, making it *so* easy to see what the most popular audios to make your videos with are. In addition, you can link your Snapchat right to your account, and use songs that you have saved on your phone to make videos.
So what *is* trending right now?
To no surprise, one of the top songs on Triller right now is Dixie D'Amelio's and Liam Payne's Naughty List. It's actually the first holiday song to reach No. 1, and the second song of Dixie's, making her the first artist to do so.
If you make any trending Trillers, be sure to repost on Insta and tag @girlslifemag!