What is Triller, the app that Trump signed up for against Tiktok

What is Triller, the app that Trump signed up for against Tiktok

The US president lands on a rival app to the Chinese one, which he has given until November 12 to find a buyer

Donald Trump has signed the executive order to block TikTok in the United States (image: Gabriele Porro / Wired) The fight between Donald Trump and TikTok continues with the president of the United States who created a profile on the rival application of the Chinese platform, Triller, and signed a new executive order that moves the useful time to TikTok by 90 days to find a US buyer.

What is Triller?

Triller is, like TikTok, an application for creating vertical videos accompanied by a backing track. Available for Android and iOs, Triller allows you to edit videos professionally directly from your smartphone thanks to simple tools that allow you to add filters and effects.

The social network resembles in all respects to TikTok except for the origin. Founded in 2015 by David Liberman and Sammy Rubin, Triller has its headquarters in the very American New York. In recent weeks, thanks also to Trump's strict policy towards TikTok, Triller has quickly reached over 250 million downloads.

The @donaldjtrump account on Triller has more than 4,000 followers and his video of presentation is rapidly reaching 5 million views.

In this video the president of the United States makes his debut on the platform with “I'm a professional at technology” (“I'm a professional in technology”). The account joins a network of 28 million followers on Facebook, 21 million on Instagram and 85 million on Twitter.

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