Internet video is one of the best ways, and that today we all have powerful cameras to make our news. Applications like Snapchat or Vine were pioneers in the form of videos for a few seconds, though over the years it was Instagram and TikTok that have gained the most popularity possible.
No one wants to miss this bone, and apps like Xiaomi have started moving the tab to make their own. To do this, they announced a strategic alliance with a very promising app.
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My video will have its own TikTok due to Firework
You may not be familiar with Firework, but it is likely that in the coming months it will start to become more popular. The program was chosen by Xiaomi to be its specific "TikTok," and that Xiaomi would have no problem creating an app like that, challenging in this case to have an existing platform with active video creators.
The agreement between Xiaomi and Firework is focused on content, and the Mi Video app will display these 30-second videos directly in 38 different video categories.
One of the key features of Firework is on the platform that encourages users to create quality content, allowing, among other things, video both in shape and over.
At first, the agreement seemed to focus on the Indian market, which, according to Firework CEO, had 60 million Video users. With this large audience, they hope to get 12 million users to start consuming Firework content.
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If the movement goes as expected, it is highly likely the program keeps growing at a tremendous rate and begin to expand in many countries. If you want to know about Firework, you can download the app from the Google Play Store.