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Youtube brings the alternative of Tik Tok, what will work, find out the details

Hitesh Maurya



The Indian government has launched a digital strike against China in protest of a surprise attack by Chinese troops on Indian troops on the Ladakh border. Step by step, many Chinese apps have been banned in India and the popular Chinese app TickTock was the first to make the list. After the ban on ticking in India, some well-known start-up companies have tried to come up with an alternative to the app. In an effort to bring alternatives, various apps like Instagram Reels, Spark, Ropso etc. have come in front of us. This time Google itself has announced to bring Youtube Shorts as an alternative to the popular tick.

Google has already launched Youtube Shorts in India. This application is currently in beta. According to Google, it has a lot of short video features like TickTock or Instagram Reels. You can make a video of 15 seconds or less and post it by editing it in different ways. A section will be created on the YouTube homepage called Shorts Shelf. These videos can be viewed here as well as short videos using #shorts.

New cameras and some editing flowers will be available on the Youtube Shorts platform. It can be used to make videos, change speed, play Bangla songs in the background, etc. Already Android users can enjoy this service. If they open YouTube on their smartphone and tap on the “+” icon, they will get “Creat short video” option. Interesting videos like TickTock can be enhanced there. All the songs used in the video can be found in the Shorts option. By the way, iOS users have not yet found the option of Shorts on YouTube.

Currently, Google has brought the Youtube Shorts feature only in India. Shorts can be used all over the world gradually. Google said that these new shorts are currently in beta and they will soon add many more sophisticated features. There have been various options since the ban on ticking in India, but none of them have become so popular. Then let's see how popular Google's YouTube Shorts can be.


This Legend Stacked In excess of 1,500 Jenga Blocks on a Solitary Vertical Block




Kelvin building his record-setting Jenga concoction atop a single vertical block.
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Jenga is tricky more than enough when you enjoy it the frequent way. This dude, having said that, kicked it up to difficult mode and stacked more than 1,500 Jenga blocks atop a solitary vertical Jenga block. And hey, it only took 11 hrs.

Through this downright spectacular build, Kelvin (aka Menga Guy) broke his have earlier world history of stacked Jenga blocks. Earlier, he stacked just above 1,000 blocks on leading of a solitary vertical block in a spiral column-shaped design. But this time, he additional a further 500, crafting a form that resembles a bees nest. at?v=qHIkQPwK798

Kelvin did not use any glue or any other signifies to fasten or secure any of the 1,512 blocks to one particular a different. Just physics and ingenuity. The movie is a 120x sped up time-lapse of the build, as it took him 11 hrs to make before it arrived toppling down as he tried to photograph it.

By significantly, however, the most interesting section of the video clip is looking at Kelvin’s heart fee surge. You can see the times the place matters bought tense. As the video clip proceeds, his coronary heart amount continuously gets greater, peaking at just above 153 beats for every moment. So, you’d much better go get your own Jenga set and see if you can defeat his file although hoping to retain your neat.

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