'LIKE' App becoming a hit among Indian youngsters

ANI | Updated: Feb 06, 2018 18:21 IST

Gurugram (Haryana) [India], Feb 6 (ANI-NewsVoir): LIKE app, the leading video application which recently incorporated EDM and 4D magic features has become a sensation among Indian youngsters. LIKE App is a short music video editor app made by Bigo Technologies in Singapore.

Among LIKE's top users in India are Megha Prasad with 719 thousand followers, Swati Chauhan with 561 thousand followers and That Indian Girl with 276 thousand followers. Since its launch, the app has registered 27 million downloads across the world.

Recently, LIKE App hit number one on the iTunes charts in the United States and got 'the most popular application', 'the best social application' and 'the best entertainment application' on Google Play Awards 2017.

Megha Prasad, who leads in India in terms of followers on the app and is a Dellywood Miss India West Bengal 2017 winner, said: "I am a music buff. LIKE app has given wings to my imagination by enabling me to produce videos within minutes. I came to know about the app through Facebook and since then I have been its active user with over 800k followers. The newly incorporated EDM and 4D magic features will enrich further music experience."

Swati Chauhan echoed a similar sentiment, "I am thankful to LIKE app which allows me to produce music videos quickly. Blackhole feature is just amazing. The app is easy to use and transforms music experience completely by offering a variety of options."

"Indian is a crucial market for LIKE App due to its large population base and its flair for music and dance. It is heartening to note that the app has received an overwhelming response in India," said Aaron Wei, spokesperson for LIKE.

Compared with other short video apps, the features of LIKE are unparalleled in the industry and offer users a perfect solution to easily make and style music videos in just minutes. With users across more than 200 countries, teens and adults are singing and dancing their way into creative scenes they never thought possible. (ANI-NewsVoir)