Google launches Tangy Launch!



San Francisco: Google, the world's largest search engine company, is ready to leverage the popular video-making app Tic Tac. Google has just released a new video lab called Tangi, a short-lived video app.

The word Tangi is coined by The words TeAch and Give. This app can make any 2 second video up.

This app is currently available only on iOS and is not available for Android users.

Following the success of TickTalk, competitions have begun to launch short-video apps. Facebook-owned Instagram has now introduced a new video-music remix feature called "Reels", with the exception of Ticktock, where "Reels" allows users to set up 15 seconds of video clips to music and share them as a story.

In November last year, Facebook quietly launched "Lasso", a stand-alone app to compete with TickTalk.

San Francisco: Google, the world's largest search engine company, is ready to leverage the popular video-making app Tic Tac. Google has just released a new video lab called Tangi, a short-lived video app.

The word Tangi is coined by The words TeAch and Give. This app can make any 2 second video up.

This app is currently available only on iOS and is not available for Android users.

Following the success of TickTalk, competitions have begun to launch short-video apps. Facebook-owned Instagram has now introduced a new video-music remix feature called "Reels", with the exception of Ticktock, where "Reels" allows users to set up 15 seconds of video clips to music and share them as a story.

In November last year, Facebook quietly launched "Lasso", a stand-alone app to compete with TickTalk.

San Francisco: Google, the world's largest search engine company, is ready to leverage the popular video-making app Tic Tac. Google has just released a new video lab called Tangi, a short-lived video app.

The word Tangi is coined by The words TeAch and Give. This app can make any 2 second video up.

This app is currently available only on iOS and is not available for Android users.

Following the success of TickTalk, competitions have begun to launch short-video apps. Facebook-owned Instagram has now introduced a new video-music remix feature called "Reels", with the exception of Ticktock, where "Reels" allows users to set up 15 seconds of video clips to music and share them as a story.

In November last year, Facebook quietly launched "Lasso", a stand-alone app to compete with TickTalk

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