TikTok, YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook are the most popular social media apps 2020. In today’s video, we gonna look to the TikTok history and how it blew up from 2018 until 2020, and same for the Facebook history and the other social media apps. so basically I’ll do the ranking social media apps by popularity, TikTok vs YouTube, TikTok vs Instagram, YouTube vs Facebook, etc… from 2012 until 2020.
3: Google Play Store
4: Apple Store
5: WayBack Machine
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