A plethora of apps are gaining popularity amidst this ban such as Chingari & Roposo, and now the giant Instagram, has left no stone unturned by launching Reels in India.
I have seen a lot of Indians suffering due to the TikTok ban recently. A plethora of apps are gaining popularity amidst this ban such as Chingari & Roposo, and now the giant Instagram, has left no stone unturned by launching Reels in India.
Instagram has already started testing Reels in Brazil, France, and Germany where the TikTok user base was large. But given the Indian TikTok user base, Reels could change everything!
It's a short video feature that lets users create videos within the app. Just like TikTok, one can add creative filters and various music tracks to create a short video.
Reels allow you to create a 15 seconds video or less and can be shared with everyone on Instagram. Users can share Reels in the Explore section of Instagram and this would give their profile a good exposure. Of course, one can share them in the regular feed with their followers as well.
As of now, there's no monetization model implement for Reels but sooner or later you could expect it to be implemented.
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