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Difference Between TikTok and Triller

Social media has for sure contributed to economic growth, global connectivity not forgetting that it’s a source of income for many. Platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Twitter and even YouTube have become common business and interactive tools. There are other interactive, photo and even video editing platforms, such as Triller. If you are a social media user, then you may have used any, if not all of these platforms. In this article, we will look at the difference between TikTok and Triller. 

What is TikTok?

Founded in 2006 by ByteDance, TikTok is a video-sharing platform used to create 15 seconds to 1-minute short-form videos from various genres. The app is available on Android and iOS and is available globally. The platform has various features. Users can create short videos with background music. This can either be slowed down, sped up or even edited with a filter. Users also have the option of adding their own sound or film short lip-sync videos. 

The platform has a feed of videos that serve as recommendations for the users. TikTok uses artificial intelligence to generate a person’s content based on the content they have shared, liked, searched or interacted with. The app has gained viral use after trends have risen within the app such as lip-synced songs, memes and comedy videos. 

What is Triller?

Founded in 2015, Triller is a video-sharing social networking service that allows users to create and share short videos and synchronize to music. Triller is owned by Sony Music, Warner Music, Proxima Media and other investors. The platform synchronizes the short-form videos using artificial intelligence technology. 

Compatible with Android and iOS, the app has various features such as auto-editing tools. The app allows users to record multiple takes using AI which are then compiled, creating a music video. Through the app, users can collaborate and even use custom filters and existing sounds. 

Similarities between TikTok and Triller

  • Both are video sharing platforms
  • Both use artificial intelligence 

Differences between TikTok and Triller

Definition

TikTok is a video-sharing platform used to create 15 seconds to 1-minute short-form videos from various genres. On the other hand, Triller is a video-sharing social networking service that allows users to create and share short videos and synchronize to music. 

AI capability

The AI capability in TikTok emphasizes personalized search. On the other hand, the AI capability in Triller focuses on video editing. 

Editing ability

While TikTok allows content creators to edit videos how they wish using its editing capabilities, Triller edits videos for the content creators. 

Genre focus

TikTok does not focus on a specific genre. On the other hand, Triller focuses on EDM and hip-hop. 

Discover pages

TikTok displays top videos, trending hashtags and promoted campaigns on the discover pages. On the other hand, Triller displays promoted campaigns, Leaderboards, top videos and genre categorization on the discover pages. 

TikTok vs. Triller: Comparison Table

Summary of TikTok vs. Triller

TikTok is a video-sharing platform used to create 15 seconds to 1-minute short-form videos from various genres. It allows content creators to edit videos how they wish using its editing capabilities and does not focus on a specific genre. On the other hand, Triller is a video-sharing social networking service that allows users to create and share short videos and synchronize to music. The app edits videos for the content creators and focuses on EDM and hip-hop. Both, however, are video-sharing platforms and use artificial intelligence. 

Does Triller replace TikTok?

No. Triller does not replace TikTok. Even with the increased popularity, TikTok is still the leading video-sharing platform. 

Is Triller safer than TikTok?

Triller has been hailed to be safer than TikTok. With parental supervision, Triller is safe for teens. 

What is the difference between a Triller and a Tik Tok?

Triller edits videos automatically and allows full music. On the other hand, TikTok edits videos manually using an AI-based video editing tool and only allows short-form videos. 

Is Triller part of TikTok?

No. While both are video-sharing platforms, they are owned by different companies. TikTok is owned by ByteDance while Triller is owned by Sony Music, Warner Music, Proxima Media and other investors. 

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[3]Image credit: https://pixabay.com/es/photos/tiktok-tik-tok-app-smartphone-5390055/

[4]Image credit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triller_(app)#/media/File:Triller_logo.svg

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