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Facebook Quietly Rolls Out TikTok Clone Called Lasso

5 monthes ago   |   By Inquisitr

Facebook has released a new app that essentially cloned another popular app that allows users to create fun and short videos.
The new app called Lasso is reportedly designed to be the competitor of Tiktok, the viral 15-second video app that recently merged with Musical.ly.
According to The Verg e , Lasso is Facebook's new attempt to win over teens who are losing interest on its social network.
This year, only half of teens claim that they use Facebook. In 2014, 71 percent of those in this age group did. The most recent data from Pew Research show that YouTube is now the most preferred...
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