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Chinese video-sharing social networking service owned by Kuaishou, a Beijing-based internet technology company established in 2011 by Su Hua and Cheng Yixiao. Wikipedia

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    Video-sharing social networking service owned by Chinese company ByteDance. Used to make a variety of short-form videos, from genres like dance, comedy, and education, that have a duration from three seconds to one minute . Wikipedia

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  • Kumu (streaming service)

    Filipino video sharing and e-commerce social networking service owned and developed by Kumumedia Technologies, Inc. The social media platform is used to livestream curated programs created by app users and partner brands and as an e-commerce platform for app users and partner brands who want to sell their merchandise online. Founded in 2017 and launched on Android and iOS devices in February 2018 that caters mainly to the Philippine market and overseas Filipinos. Wikipedia

  • Instagram

    American photo and video sharing social networking service owned by Facebook, created by Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger and originally launched on iOS in October 2010. Released in April 2012, followed by a feature-limited desktop interface in November 2012, a Fire OS app in June 2014, and an app for Windows 10 in October 2016. Wikipedia

  • Byte (app)

    About the video sharing service. For the unit of information, see Byte. Wikipedia

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  • ShareChat

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  • Musical.ly

    Chinese social media service headquartered in Shanghai with a US office in Santa Monica, California, on which platform users created and shared short lip-sync videos. Released in April 2014, and the official version was launched in August of that year. Wikipedia

  • Vine (service)

    American social networking short-form video hosting service where users could share six or seven second-long, looping video clips. Founded in June 2012; American microblogging website Twitter acquired it in October 2012, well before its official release on January 24, 2013. Wikipedia

  • Dubsmash

    New York-based video sharing social media service application for iOS and Android. Founded in Germany by Jonas Drüppel, Roland Grenke, and Daniel Taschik, the company relocated from Germany to the New York in 2016. Wikipedia

  • Chingari (app)

    Indian video-sharing social networking service wherein people record and share short video clips. Through this app, users upload videos in more than 20 languages including English, Hindi, Bangla, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Odia, Punjabi, Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu. Wikipedia

  • Battle.net

    Internet-based online game, social networking service, digital distribution, and digital rights management platform developed by Blizzard Entertainment. Launched on December 31, 1996, followed a few days later with the release of Blizzard's action-role-playing video game Diablo on January 3, 1997. Wikipedia

  • LBRY

    Blockchain-based file-sharing and payment network that powers decentralized platforms, primarily social networks and video platforms. The video-sharing websites built upon it, such as LBRY.tv and Odysee, have been described as alternatives to YouTube. Wikipedia

  • Twitter

    American microblogging and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as "tweets". Registered users can post, like and retweet tweets, but unregistered users can only read them. Wikipedia

  • Jiepang

    Chinese social networking service for mobile devices, such as smartphones. Users can download the Jiepang app to track and share life moments with friends. Wikipedia

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  • Uplike

    Online photo sharing and social networking service based in France that let users share inspirations with the public. Created by Emmanuel Francoise. Wikipedia

  • Facebook

    American online social media and social networking service based in Menlo Park, California, and a flagship service of the namesake company Facebook, Inc. It was founded by Mark Zuckerberg, along with fellow Harvard College students and roommates Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz, and Chris Hughes. The founders of Facebook initially limited membership to Harvard students. Wikipedia

  • Skype Qik

    Video messaging service by Skype. Created by the company, Skype Technologies, who acquired Qik. Wikipedia

  • Ablo

    Social networking service for instant communications owned by Massive Media. Belgium-based company founded in 2011 acquired by Meetic, a subsidiary of Match Group in 2012. Wikipedia

  • Houseparty (app)

    Social networking service that enables group video chatting through mobile and desktop apps. Users receive a notification when friends are online and available to group video chat. Wikipedia

  • Video social network that allows users to record and post short, spontaneous videos from their mobile phones. Mobile app and social networking service that was launched by Forbidden Technologies plc - creator of cloud-based video editing software FORscene - in summer 2015. Wikipedia

  • Heello

    Online social networking service and microblogging service launched in August 2011, and owned and operated by Heello Inc. Heello enabled its users to send and read text-based posts and to share pictures and videos. Founded by Noah Everett , exactly one day after Twitter rolled out its official photo-sharing app. Wikipedia

  • Life360

    San Francisco–based information technology company that provides location-based services, including sharing and notifications, to consumers globally. Called Life360, a family social networking app released in 2008. Wikipedia

  • Fishbrain

    Online mobile logging, photo-sharing and social networking service that enables its users to record data about and take pictures of catches, and share them either publicly or privately on the app, as well as through a variety of other social networking platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Flickr. Foursquare of fishing with a unique knowledge collection of fishing spots and catches connected to them. Wikipedia

  • Likewise (company)

    American technology startup company which provides a social networking service for finding and saving content recommendations for movies, TV shows, books, and podcasts. A team of ex-Microsoft employees founded Likewise in October 2017 with financial investment from Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates. Wikipedia

  • Social networking service that lets the users share their own photos combined with a suitable soundtrack. The user chooses a photo to upload, and has a range of filters and other tools to choose from to edit the photo. Wikipedia

  • Gowalla

    Location-based social networking service. It launched in 2007 and closed in 2012. Wikipedia

  • Steam (service)

    Video game digital distribution service by Valve. Launched as a standalone software client in September 2003 as a way for Valve to provide automatic updates for their games, and expanded to include games from third-party publishers. Wikipedia

  • Meebo

    Instant messaging and social networking service provider. Founded in September 2005 by Sandy Jen, Seth Sternberg, and Elaine Wherry, and was based in Mountain View, California. Wikipedia

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