TikTok is a very popular social video-sharing platform that allows users to post 15/60 second videos showing off their creativity. A few years ago, social media platforms were compatible with PCs and Laptops, but with the evolution of smartphones and mobile operating systems, these platforms have become app-exclusive, including TikTok.
If you head on to the website of the creators of TikTok – Bytedance, you can see the plans for TikTok.
ByteDance says that TikTok is one of the first companies to launch mobile-first products powered by machine learning technology. They further go on to say that it was founded in an effort “to combine the power of artificial intelligence with the growth of mobile internet to revolutionize the way people consume and receive information.”
In this tutorial, we will show you how you can use TikTok on your Desktop. Of course, there is no direct way to download the app on your Desktop, so we will be using a mobile simulator.
The simulator we recommend is Bluestacks. Bluestacks basically emulates a smartphone right on your Desktop. This way, you can emulate your mobile apps on your desktop.