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Facebook site quietly launches rival application TikTok called Lasso

The old social networking platform wants to win teenagers

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Facebook quietly released an application called Lasso that allows users to create short, fun videos designed to compete with TikTok, the 15-second viral video application that recently merged with Musical.ly

Lasso is Facebook's latest attempt to win young people, which has lost its large social media platform. 

In 2018, only half of teens said they still use Facebook, compared to 2014, when 71% said they did. 

The application was first reported as in development in late October.

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On Lasso, users can record themselves dance and sync their lips to music, similar to what can already be done on TikTok. 

The application also allows users to record short clips such as Vines. 


You can sign in to Lasso via Instagram or create an account using Facebook

You'll need to authorize the app to allow access to your profile page, photos, and videos. 

Once you're done, you'll be able to scroll through several short videos that play automatically as they pass. 

Labels are prominently displayed at the bottom, and like other social media platforms, you can also filter content with tags. So far, you can share Lasso videos as a Facebook story, with a feature to share as Instagram clips that will come later. 

You are also unable to make your profile private.

Still, Lasso may be a few years late here
When you logged in, I saw an dude in a small hat doing rope jumping tricks to "Psycho" by Malone Post. 

In another video, two women skillfully danced to "Shape You" by Ed Sheeran. 

Finally, in an impressive sports show, six men make a fuss about a woman doing an inverted split to "love her" by Cardi B, before she plays a role.

There is already a wealth of content on Lasso, similar to what was already on Facebook Watch during its initial launch, indicating that Facebook may have opened the application to a community of beta users before today. 

However, like Facebook Watch, lasso may be delayed a few years. TikTok Byattance, known as Douyin in China, has been around since 2016.

Facebook was strangely quiet about launching Lasso, without an official statement on his website. On Twitter Facebook Product Manager Facebook Andy Huang announced the launch of the application.

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