TikTok Expands Music Streaming Beta Test to Australia, Singapore, and Mexico
TikTok, the popular short-form video app, is expanding its music streaming beta test to three new countries: Australia, Singapore, and Mexico. The beta test, which was first launched in Brazil and Indonesia, allows users to listen, download, and share songs from major recording companies such as Universal Music Group, Sony Music, and Warner Music Group.
In the beta test, users will be able to listen to songs on TikTok Music for free for three months. After that, they will be charged a monthly subscription fee, which varies by country. For example, in Australia, the monthly subscription fee is AUD$11.99, while in Mexico it is MXN$115.
TikTok Music is seen as a potential competitor to other music streaming services such as Spotify and Apple Music. The app has a large user base, with over 1 billion active users worldwide. It also has a strong track record of identifying and promoting new music trends.
The expansion of the beta test to Australia, Singapore, and Mexico is a sign that TikTok is serious about its music streaming ambitions. The company is likely to continue to expand the beta test to other countries in the coming months.
Here are some additional details about the TikTok Music beta test:
- Users can listen to songs from a library of over 80 million tracks.
- They can create collaborative playlists and share songs with their friends.
- There is also a Shazam-like feature that allows users to find songs by playing a short snippet of audio.
The TikTok Music beta test is a great opportunity for users to try out the service and provide feedback to the company. If you are interested in participating in the beta test, you can download the TikTok Music app from the App Store or Google Play.