The Chinese version of TikTok is Douyin and both apps have similar operability. According to recent reports, it is no longer necessary to use an Android emulator to access Douyin on the computer. Some users found that Doyin (TikTok web version) web version is now official. The official website of Douyin has also been revised. The Doyin (TikTok web version) web version supports watching videos, liking, view comments, and sharing videos.
The Douyin web version is relatively simple. The top of the homepage provides a search function to search for videos and users. In addition, it also provides everything, live broadcast, entertainment, knowledge, two-dimensional, games, food, sports, fashion, and music. The tags, below are videos one by one, there are almost no other elements.
On the video playback page, the functions are quite rich. It supports pause, drag and drop the progress bar, double-speed viewing, floating small window, volume adjustment, full-screen viewing and so in. Like we said earlier, this web version also supports viewing comments but it does not support posting comments for now. As of now, we don’t know how the existing comment to be viewed get posted. Also, there is no information on whether the posting comment feature will arrive in the future.
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In addition, login supports verification code, scan code login, and does not support password login. After logging in, you can view your own works and favorite videos. The web page also supports publishing videos. The size of the video file does not exceed 4GB, the duration is less than 15 minutes, and the resolution requires 720p (1280 x 720) and above.
TikTok focuses on cracking down on five types of violations such as vulgarity, infringement, and traffic first
Douyin announced the launch of the “Summer Ecological Governance” special action, focusing on controlling and combating content infringement, vulgar content, false propaganda, inducing rewards, and malicious traffic acquisition. In accordance with relevant platform rules and agreements such as the “TikTok Community Self-Discipline Convention”, “TikTok Live Broadcasting Code of Conduct”, “Live Platform Commodity Sharing Community Code” and other relevant platform rules and agreements, the several types of violations and content will be tackled.
TikTok has been under fire especially outside China for not cracking down properly on violators. However, TikTok claims that it has been doing its best, and managing hundreds of millions of users is no easy task. Every month, TikTok removes millions of contents. The company also deactivates millions of accounts to combat irregularities.