WHEN users save TikTok videos to their phones or other devices, they are usually left with a watermark, but the SnapTik app could help fans erase it.
SnapTik is one of the many apps that TikTok users can download to help perfect their videos.
What is SnapTik?
SnapTik is a free app that can remove the watermark on TikTok videos when a user downloads a saved video from their phone to the SnapTik database, according to QuoraTV.com.
People who download the app don't have to create an account to use the service.
The app can be used on both computers and mobile devices.
This app is available on the App Store, for iPhone users, and on the Play Store for Android users.
How do I use SnapTik?
To remove the TikTok watermark off a video, a user just has to copy and paste the clip link from the video they want to use into SnapTik and hit the no logo download button in the app, according to QuoraTV.com.
Users may be prompted to watch an ad while SnapTik works to remove the watermark logo off of the TikTok video in the background.
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Then the user can tap the open button in SnapTik to watch the video without the watermark.
The user can then share the new video on social media platforms.
These steps can be repeated to remove the watermark off of as many videos as the user wants.
What are the benefits of SnapTik?
Some creators may use TikTok only for content creation so SnapTik gives them the ability to create their content and share it on the internet without the video linking back to TikTok.
This way, users still have the ability to use all of the resources that come along with TikTok without seeing the watermark on their videos.
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