6 video creating apps – alternatives to TikTok

TikTok was never for everyone but following its ban in multiple locations, the demand for video-creating apps is surging. Fortunately, there are some apps moving into position to claim the title of the next best app – even Instagram has released Reels, its alternative to TikTok.

Here are 6 more alternatives gaining popularity:


As the successor to Vine app, this app allows users to upload videos from their cameras or use the Byte camera and create 6 seconds looping videos! This app seems to be all about creativity and community sharing. If you familiar with Vine, then you will enjoy the numerous videos and personalities being shared on this entertaining app.


Offering more than just lip-syncing, users can get involved in vlogging, comedy videos or fashion on this app. They can also challenge other users, start battles, select topics, or even try their hand at DanceOff – the first mobile dancing game.

And as a bonus, users get rewards if their videos get a certain amount of likes, shares, and comments. Its unique and invites even more creativity.


Of the many video-creating apps, this one offers a whole range of options. You can create slow-motion videos, compile several video clips, make video loops and collaborate videos with friends. It has a substantial library of musical hits and sound effects to create lip-syncing videos. Definitely a fun app for aspiring producers!


Originally only allowing users to lip-sync famous dialogues from film and TV, this new and improved app now allows users to create and share short selfie videos dubbed with famous sounds as well. Users can add music and videos and create some pretty funny productions to share with friends. It’s easy, fun and effective.


Whether you want to create videos, shoot films, or make high-quality celeb-like music videos, this app allows you do to all that and more with its innovative editing tools. Users can like, comment and follow other creative people. So if you want to showcase your skills or make yourself look like the next Justin Bieber, then this is the app for you.


This is a short-video social platform powered by music for passionate users who want to try their hand at designing their own unique videos! It has a huge selection of dialogue materials and filtering tools and it’s all about the music.

There are many more alternatives to TikTok out there, and at the end of the day it all comes down to what individual users prefer, where their interests lie and what they want to achieve from these apps and alike.

So whether it’s dancing you are more inclined to or showing off your creative editing skills, you are bound to find a suitable replacement for TikTok.

Which app do you think is going to be the next best video-creating app? Will any of these apps be able to rival the giant of TikTok? Let us know what you think by getting in touch with us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

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