I set up a TikTok house: a Trump ban would be a huge blow to teenagers | Timothy Armoo | The Guardian

The Chinese-owned app has grown in strength because unlike other social media it allows users to simply have fun As Donald Trump threatens to ban TikTok in the US, the social media app beloved of teenagers has suddenly aroused the interest of an older generation. Many are asking themselves how it got so popular.These days it’s not uncommon to see a group of young people trying to learn a TikTok dance in the park, or dropping the “OK boomer” meme into a casual conversation. Continue reading…

The Chinese-owned app has grown in strength because unlike other social media it allows users to simply have fun

As Donald Trump threatens to ban TikTok in the US, the social media app beloved of teenagers has suddenly aroused the interest of an older generation. Many are asking themselves how it got so popular.

These days it’s not uncommon to see a group of young people trying to learn a TikTok dance in the park, or dropping the “OK boomer” meme into a casual conversation.

Continue reading…


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