Many social platforms are inspired by the concept of Tiktok’s short videos and try to replicate them.
For example, Instagram launched Reels after being stimulated by 15-second TikTok videos. Now Reddit plans to expand its platforms from pure discussion to creating short videos that are very similar to the TikTok video format.
Reddit app users may notice a new button to the right of the search option when opening the app, which has been available to iOS users since Friday. You can also swipe up to view more videos, just like using TikTok.
When you watch these videos, you can use a variety of options, such as Comment, post, and vote so that you can comment on the videos you like or dislike. The app will also display the videos of those users you own. Subscribe to videos that match your interests, however, the platform has not introduced a new user interface, but has worked in this format for more than a year when scrolling, rather than encouraging other societies to draw conclusions.
The Reddit video format extracts content from the subreddit you follow and introduces some video content that you don’t even follow. However, this is strange, because how does Reddit provide content that you are not interested in? The platform also declined to discuss whether their video player will use an algorithm to display content and provide recommendations.
This is not surprising, as the platform chose to focus on its video format so that it can also be a part of it. There is an addition in the competition. The platform may also use the Dubsmash technology acquired last year. Reddit users don’t care about TikTok because there are many anti-TikTok jokes in this app. There will definitely be exciting news, and see how the Reddit community reacts to this video format. It is not known when it will appear on Android devices.
Reddit app will also display the videos of those users you own. This is not surprising, as the platform chose to focus on its video format so that it can also be a part of it. There will definitely be exciting news, and see how the Reddit community reacts to this video format.