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YouTube Introduced Shorts Beta Begins in US After India Testing

YouTube on Thursday began rolling out an early version of its Shorts quick-clip attribute in the United States, ramping up its own challenge to TikTok. “We plan to introduce more features as we continue to build Shorts alongside founders and artists. The popularity of YouTube Shorts soared through testing in India, and it has been racking up more than 6.5 billion views a day by people tuning in general, according to product direct Todd Sherman of the Google-owned video service. And in November, Snapchat launched Spotlight, a public feed of content generated by users.

Netflix early this month Included a Quick Laughs Attribute to its iPhone Program, serving up comic Videos in rapid-fire, at a Motion taking on the Favorite Movie App TikTok. The new support is the latest to challenge the fast-growing Chinese-owned TikTok which has faced scrutiny over its ties to the Beijing government. “We are introducing our YouTube Shorts Beta into the United States starting now, as we continue to construct the experience together with our global community,” Sherman said. Facebook-owned Instagram reacted to TikTok’s popularity with their very own short video format called Reels last August.

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