TikTok is undoubtedly the biggest short video-sharing platform in India and the world. Just in 2019 alone, TikTok had 1.5 billion downloads and almost half of those came from India! It's pretty obvious how much of an impact it has made in the country.

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The logo we all know too well

While TikTok is a massive platform for people to share their fun short videos and be creative, it has only been in the country since September 2016. So we know that TikTok had a huge amount of growth in a very short time. But this also means other platforms can blow up quickly as well and TikTok can't always be the go-to app.

Even if you are a complete devotee to TikTok, here are some other apps that you can still be creative and have fun on:

1. Lasso

This app was created by Facebook back in November 2018 and is available on Android and iOS. There are chances that the app will release in India later this year. It's a portal for short-video making where people can create and share their works.

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Lasso is Facebook's competition to TikTok

So basically it's a TikTok clone based on its functions. It does have a bunch of tools to customize videos like adding music and modifying speeds as well.

2. Dubsmash

This is a fun, free app that lets you do lip-syncs of well-known dialogue segments from films and TV shows. There are customizations like adding sounds, music, and other dialogues. The app is available on both Android and iOS.

For dubbing fun

On Dubsmash, the videos are split into two categories, where you can follow your favorite channels. You can watch videos from people and friends that you follow and people they follow as well.

3. Funimate

Funimate has an edge over TikTok's current customization in that there are a lot more ways to customize your videos. You can make slo-mo videos, put together many different clips, make loops of other videos and so on. There's also a decent amount of music available and lots of video effects.

A great choice if you are good with video effects and editing

Funimate has no limits to texts and stickers you can add to your videos, unlike TikTok. It is available for Android and iOS devices as a free app with in-app purchases.

For more about the biggest short video-sharing phenomenon right now, check out our TikTok section at GuruGamer.com