The TikTok version 16.6.4 update is already rolling out widely on the Google Play Store. If you didn’t install it yet for some reason, feel free to use an APK file.
The newest update promises to make your viewing experience even better. Here is what you should know.
TikTok 16.6.4 Update: What’s New
The TikTok version 16.6.4 update adds new security settings for your account and performance improvements. You can view the latest content, follow your favorites, and enjoy the greatest experience. You can download the update using an APK file from websites such as APKMirror.
TikTok So Far: Best Features and Other Details
TikTok is a Chinese video-sharing social networking service very praised at the moment. On the app, all the short-form videos are spontaneous, exciting, and genuine. Whether you’re a pet lover, sports enthusiast, or just looking for some fun, you’ll find everthing on TikTok.
All you have to do is watch, follow what you like, skip what you don’t, and you’ll surely discover an endless stream of short videos that feel customized just for you. Here are some of the best TikTok features:
- View the endless number of personalized videos just for you, based on what you watch, like, and share;
- Discover videos at only a scroll away and watch all types of videos from food, pets, DIY, gaming, oddly satisfying, or comedy;
- Choose to pause recording many times in one video and resume with only one tap;
- Be inspired and entertained by a worldwide community of creators; there are millions of creators on TikTok, showing their fantastic skills;
- Add your favorite sound or music to your content for free;
- Try one of the best effects, filters, and AR objects;
- Choose to edit your videos using many tools that allow you to easily cut, merge, trim, and duplicate video clips.
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