Tangi a new Google application for sharing DIY videos
Tangi a new Google application for sharing DIY videos

Google announced on Wednesday that it has launched a new Tangi smartphone app that allows users to record short videos focused on DIY content.

The new app comes from the Google Area 120 business incubator and is currently only available on the latest web and iOS systems. Users can record videos to show how to do some things, such as letter B. Painting, cooking, fashion, beauty and more.

Unlike emerging short video sharing apps like TikTok and the new entertainment-focused Byte app, Tangy apps focus on educating users to watch videos in less than a minute.

Tangy differs from other short video apps in that it provides a feature called "Try It" that allows users to upload images of the videos they watch, and thus interacts that enable each other's users.

Note that the new Google app is still limited, as no one can use it like any other app. However, if you want to use it, you must register in order to participate in the program. Google wants to make sure everything that's shared is geared towards creativity and activities (do it yourself).

He also mentioned that the app is available in all countries in the world except the European Union and can be accessed via the Internet. The iPhone app can be downloaded from the app store. Note that the app is free and without ads.


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