TikTok presently has an official Android TV application
TikTok has come to Google’s Android TV platform, denoting the short video application’s most recent extension to large screens, as per 9to5Google. Despite the fact that the application is right now on the Google Play Store, it appears to not be working in each region yet.
The Android TV take on TikTok looks surprisingly like the TikTok application that showed up on Samsung TVs in the United Kingdom. Videos play vertically (much the same as in the telephone application) in a scrollable main feed, with admittance to explicit classifications of videos, and your profile is likewise accessible to peruse. They haven’t had the option to download it on their Chromecast with Google TV to test, however it seems, by all accounts, to be a more completely included alternative than what TikTok dispatched on Amazon’s Fire TV, which got a curated choice of videos from TikTok that didn’t need a account to see.
Numerous clients have been running into the issue of the application not working in their region, with one of the main special cases being individuals downloading it in the UK, Android Police reports.
Reddit clients have additionally run into the issue in any event, when attempting to sideload the application onto other Android TV gadgets. The application loads, however when one client attempted to sign in, they were informed that the TikTok application was not accessible in their district yet. The Verge has contacted TikTok for input on the application’s accessibility.
In the event that you’d prefer to test it for yourself, you can download the new Android TV TikTok experience from the Play Store now.