Women look at their smartphones in Xintiandi district, a shopping area, in Shanghai. Photo: AFPWomen look at their smartphones in Xintiandi district, a shopping area, in Shanghai. Photo: AFP
Women look at their smartphones in Xintiandi district, a shopping area, in Shanghai. Photo: AFP

TikTok’s popular new short-video rival Byte is marking itself out by offering incentives for content creators

  • Byte, launched just a little over a week ago, reboots the old Vine video-sharing service which Dom Hofmann co-founded in 2012 and later sold to Twitter

Topic |   TikTok
Women look at their smartphones in Xintiandi district, a shopping area, in Shanghai. Photo: AFPWomen look at their smartphones in Xintiandi district, a shopping area, in Shanghai. Photo: AFP
Women look at their smartphones in Xintiandi district, a shopping area, in Shanghai. Photo: AFP
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