What is Triller?
From the Google Play Store:
Triller is an entertainment platform built for creators. A social video community where you can show the world who you are by capturing flawless videos and sharing them in seconds. Express yourself and connect with the content you love.
Millions have made Triller videos on the fly including Chance the Rapper, Justin Bieber, Rae Sremmurd, Rita Ora, Kevin Hart and more. Just shoot a few takes, tap the Triller button, and we quickly edit everything together into an impressive, shareable video.
(From the Apple App Store) Use Triller to:
- Create professional-looking videos in minutes with the help of our unique auto-editing algorithm
- Look your best with 100+ filters and personalize your videos with text, drawings and emojis
- Access the top trending tracks or your own music from your library
- Collaborate with friends next door, or all over the world, in a group video
- Share videos via Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Text, Email or save to your camera roll
App Category: Photo & Video
Corporate website: Triller, LLC
APP Store rating:
What do parents need to know about Triller?
Triller has searchable content even if you don’t have an account. We performed some naughty keyword searches for #sexy, #porn, #twerk and of course there’s content. Nothing nude that we found. “Just” suggestive.
Unlike TikTok, there are zero parental controls. No restricted mode. No time limits. No parental pairing.
Triller feeds on the promise of becoming famous. And even living in some swanky home on the West Coast like these guys. They’re making a lot of money. And girls might be swooning. But I wasn’t sure if I should laugh, cry, pity – not sure! I hope they know this isn’t real life.
The bottom line: Is Triller good for your kids?
Just like its cousin – TikTok – this app is mostly a time suck on the precious lives of teenagers. Kids might be able to use it well and they might not get caught up in the dopamine-induced promise of Triller fame. We’re just not sure it’s worth the risk of finding out if your kid is the exception.
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