TikTok has started inviting druggies in Australia, Mexico, and Singapore to share in an unrestricted beta test for its new music streaming service, according to TechCrunch and CNBC. The short- form videotape hosting app originally launched beta testing for its fledgling streaming service in Brazil and Indonesia in early July. Now, it’s expanding the compass of its music service’s experimental phase and giving invited druggies in those regions a free three-month trial to be suitable to try it out.
TikTok Music is a fully separate app that testers will be suitable to download from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. It does, still, connect to the main TikTok app, so druggies can find the full performances of songs that go viral on the videotape-participating platform.
The music streaming app reportedly offers individualized song recommendations, real-time lyrics, cooperative playlists, and the capability to find songs through a lyrics search point, as well. TechCrunch says it has a Shazam-suchlike point, which presumably means it can find songs by harkening to them, and will let druggies download tracks for offline harkening.
The ByteDance- possessed app told TechCrunch that once the testers’ trial period is done, it’ll bring them AUD12(US$8.16) per month in Australia, Mex$ 115(US 6.86) in Mexico andS$9.90(US$7.48) in Singapore to be suitable to keep using the service.
TikTok formerly has a music streaming service called Resso available in India, Brazil, and Indonesia, but it’s shutting the app down in the last two countries in September. The company has yet to advertise if and when its music app is also coming to the US, but it did file a trademark operation for” TikTok Music” in the country back in May 2022.