A lip-syncing app teens are obsessed with just got bought for ~$1 billion — here's how to use Musical.ly
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Friday, 10 November 2017 () Jacob Sartorius, age 15, spends more time than most teenagers staring into his phone's selfie camera. He uses the app Musical.ly to record himself mouthing the words to songs — drawing hearts with his hands and smizing — and shares the video with his 18.9 million followers.
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Musical.ly Inc., maker of the lip-syncing video app popular among teens, has reportedly been sold to China’s Beijing ByteDance Technology Co. for about $800... L.A. Times - Middle EastAlso reported by •engadget •bizjournals •USATODAY.com
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