The new addiction? The social network has introduced a new app that competes with Chinese ticketing • Innovation: Musical collaboration between users from all over the world
Facebook introduced Collab this weekend, its own version of Tictoc - Instagram's biggest competitor, which it owns. The app will allow independent creators, professional or not, to share their musical creations and connect them to various videos.
At Collab you can create a short video that is divided into three different videos. For example, you can take pictures of yourself singing in the background with various works by other users from the repository - like guitar, drums and piano, and synchronize everything as much as possible. In addition, you can also do virtual collaboration with other users or friends.
Facebook's experimental app division has a new app, Collab, that lets you combine three videos into one / take others' parts to compliment your own for collaborative music making.
Seems cool & very TikTok-y of course. Invite-only on iOS right now. https://t.co/R4KdJF2Irr pic.twitter.com/pHk9rXd7M2
- Nick Statt (@nickstatt) May 27, 2020
Facebook says you can share these creations on other platforms, such as Instagram and Ticketing, but only after they are first published on Collab. The app is available in beta for iOS users and is expected to reach all users later, but is not currently available to users in Israel.