This platform lets you take short video selfies, as well as edit and share them with the community. Kwai has nifty filters and editing effects to make your selfies into attractive videos. It also packs powerful lip-syncing, dubbing, and cross-platform sharing capabilities.
From selfies to videos
The main purpose of Kwai is to let you turn your best selfies into entire clips. You can take pictures, record short videos, add visual effects, and prepare for publishing. These video selfies can be shared across Facebook, Twitter, and other social media.
Music and emojis
The app, developed in China by Kuaishou, offers tools to integrate music and emojis into videos. Unique 3D “Kmojis” offer a combination of stickers, effects, and motion-sensitive features. New KMojis are regularly added to Kwai, increasing your creative possibilities.
Content creators can take advantage of Kwai’s free professional video editing tools, from trimming, video trimming, editing and merging to lip-syncing and dubbing. Adding text, overlays, and stickers is effortless. Impressive pro beauty filters provide content that looks polished.
You can share Kwai short videos to other social media platforms. However, the app has its own vibrant community of content creators. You can post videos, send private messages, leave comments, and interact with other creators within the community.
Rising video creator community
Kwai isn’t exactly treading new ground with its short video creation tools. However, its healthy community and interesting effects make it a robust contender.
Still, the safety of hosting data in mainland China might turn off some, even though rival video app TikTok does the same. If this is a concern for you, you can check out Snapchat, a Kwai competitor based in California.