What you need to know
- Video social network TikTok has shared a ton of data about the year that was 2021.
- Stats on popular content and big winners have been shared in a Newsroom post.
2021 saw TikTok become even more popular than it already was and now the video-based social network has shared details on the big winners of the year, including which accounts grew the most.
In a lengthy Newsroom post, TikTok shared details of how its users impacted people across the United States.
Stats include the most-watched videos from across the United States and around the world, with @totouchanemu - Drone Dancing coming out in the top spot on both lists. Other information included the most-used songs as well as what TikTok calls "breakthrough stars," including none other than Taylor Swift. You might have heard of her.
The full Newsroom post is well worth checking out if you're interested in learning what's done well on TikTok over the last year. How many of those top videos have popped up on your For You page?
TikTok has undoubtedly become one of the world's best iPhone apps for losing time. Now we know exactly what we've been watching while doing it.
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