TikTok was undoubtedly one of the most popular social media networks online, but it was primarily designed for the mobile operating system. PC users were unable to access the service through the browser until BlueStacks offered a workaround for the problem. Although you can still use the TikTok app on your PC, let's see how to use TikTok on a Windows PC to brighten your day.
Previously, you could open TikTok in a browser and watch videos, but now that option no longer exists. When you try to open the website in a browser, it simply refuses to load, leaving many TikTok enthusiasts in the lurch. That said, there is a workaround that you can use to circumvent this problem and enjoy TikTok videos even on PC. Follow the instructions given in the message below.
Running the TikTok app on your PC will allow you to create, edit and upload videos in a very easy way. See how!
Open a browser on your PC and download the BlueStacks Installer. Run the installer once the download is complete and the emulator will launch automatically.
Once the installer is up and running, use the search bar at the top right to search for TikTok. Alternatively, you can choose the TikTok app from the homepage directly as shown in the image above.
If the icon is not visible to you, click on the app portrait in the search results to go to the Play Store page and install it as you would any other app on your phone .
After installation, you can find its icon on BlueStacks home screen. Click on it to launch.
Log in with your account. If you don't have an account, create one and continue. This will allow you to have access to all your content, your feed and all the features of the mobile application, but on your computer.
You can even connect a webcam and microphone to your PC to produce impressive content.
Although there is no official version of TikTok app available for Windows or Mac, you can access all features of mobile version of TikTok on PC using Android emulator – BlueStacks .
Like Facebook and Twitter, TikTok is a social network with a simple concept. It allows users to record themselves dancing to music, lip-syncing, or engaging in shenanigans alone or with friends, in clips that can last from 3 to 60 seconds. It was released in 2016 by Chinese developer ByteDance.
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