Today, Google introduced Tangi, an experimental video-sharing app created in Area 120, Google’s lab for experimental projects. This app lets you share 60-second long DIY videos on topics like crafting, cooking, makeup and clothing. With this app, Google is aiming to give a tough fight to some other video sharing platforms like TikTok and Byte.
Tangi stands for TeAch aNd GIve and “tangible,” as in things you can make. To foster community, it includes a “Try It” feature, which allows users to share their attempts to follow Tangi’s minute-long tutorials. With this app, Google aims to make people learn new skills.
Tangi is currently available in the Apple App Store. While it hasn’t shown up in the Google Play Store yet, anyone can visit Tangi on the web at tangi.co. The upload feature is not yet available to everyone, either, but if you really want to show off your guacamole recreation, you can join the waitlist.
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