The Facebook Collab Music Video app has been launched on iOS to pick up Tik Tok

The Facebook Collab experimental music making app has been launched on Apple’s App Store. The collaborative iOS app was launched by Facebook’s New Product Experiment (NPE) team in May as an invitation-only beta and is now available to all iOS users in the US. The team also made updates to the app based on inputs from the beta testing community. Collab allows users to create, watch and combine and compare original videos with a focus on music. ‘Colab’ syncs three 15-second standalone videos. The app is designed to compose music even when users are not physically together.

Advertising Public availability of Collab, Of Facebook The NPE team said they worked with the beta testing community to make updates on the creation, sharing and innovation of new collaborations. Audio Sync is one of the improvements that helps users adjust their recordings to align with others in Collab.

Collab Enabled May invitation-only beta app.

“Collab automats the complexity of audio and video synchronization so that you can easily produce the final composition you like,” said the Facebook NPE team. The social media giant also said that no music training or experience is required to use the app. To create a collage, you need to swipe down any line to bring up a new video clip that looks good with your composition.

Collab is similar TickTalk, Where users can sync up to three videos simultaneously in landscape mode, resulting in the sharing of the final, vertically oriented video.

Facebook says it has optimized the experience of loading setups since May with testing with dozens of headsets and hardware configurations. Users can now also use external audio interfaces to bring music into their recordings from electronic devices such as keyboards, guitars and drum kits.

Collab is available for download iOS Customers from App Store In the US. No announcement has been made so far on the international availability of the app.


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