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Facebook Singing Talent Show
The Facebook is now developing a singing talent show, named Musical.ly (now its tiktok). According to Facebook‘s plan, Musical.ly may involve more than just its own take on a Lip-Syncing feature. This is not a live feature, but in the Facebook app‘s code, it was rather discovered by researcher Jane Manchun Wong. This may work as a “Talent Show” because here users will participate to singing popular songs and to know review about singing they can submit their audition.
The Musical.ly has 200+ million registered users and 60 million active users and now this direct copied popular tween-and-teen Lip Syncing app Musical.ly is testing to show your lip sync recordings to your friends. So, not only lip syncing for fun but Musical.ly also offer you to give the challenge others by your singing.
The Facebook began forging deals from last year with all the record labels including Sony, Warner, Universal and other several. Facebook won’t have to take down users’ videos with copyrighted music playing in the background, for starters, the deals indicated. The Facebook said that it planned to leverage its rights to develop new “music-based” products going forward. The company is also got advantages from the development, it recently acquired music licensing rights.
It is similar to the newly launched app called, “FameGame” and researcher Wong said the feature may be restricted to Facebook Pages. Similar to, Facebook’s new trivia game show feature which may be offered to partners who are building out games on their own pages, and are using Facebook’s platform to do this.
Wong previously spotted so many things Instagram’s first time-well-spent feature, Instagram’s upgraded two-factor authentication system, a new way of displaying IGTV videos, Lyft’s un-launched bike or scooter program and more. Wong has made a record of uncovering yet-to-launch features or those still in testing through the use of reverse engineering tactics.
Jane Manchun Wong noted that here the auditions are loaded as videos, and on the other hands the app’s code can make references to the feature as “Talent Show” and also includes some elements like as “audition” and “stage.” She also told the Talent Show sources the music via the new Rights Manager that used by the record labels to track copyrighted tracks usage on Facebook.
There is a big chance that this “Talent Show” may give the challenge to the other sites where new singing talents are discovered, for example, the YouTube.
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