As TikTok is no longer available in India, Roposo is fast becoming the premier app for creating and sharing videos. If you’re wondering if Roposo is a feature-rich alternative to TikTok or just a pretender to the throne, you can find out below.
Versatile video app
Although there are many TikTok copycats around, such as Chingari and MX TakaTak, few offer quite as many features as Roposo. As well as being free, the app has a big interest in India while remaining open to international users.
The app is available in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati, Punjabi, Marathi, Bengali, Malayalam, Odia, and Assamese. Roposo also has a section on Bhakti and celebrates religions across the world. Diversity seems popular in Roposo, as the app seeks to celebrate culture from around the globe via sharing videos.
Whereas other video apps tend to focus on creating and sharing clips, Roposo also features sections on comedy, health, lifestyle, and more. Users looking for homoeopathic remedies can check out the Look Good Feel Good channel. In a party mood? You can switch to the Beats channel and enjoy a large selection of licensed music.
There’s even a Bazaar, where users can buy and sell various products. In offering all this, Roposo is more than a video app and more like its own social network.
However, if you’re using the app for videos only, you won't be disappointed. Anyone looking to spruce up their content can choose amongst various effects, gifs, and stickers. You can create a clip in slow-mo or time-lapse, add filters, and share with users around the world.
Profiles can be set to private for added security. All content can be searched according to user-created settings, including by trending hashtags and effects.
All-in-one video app
Roposo is more than just a mere replacement of TikTok; it is an upgrade. By offering a wide variety of not just video-related content, but social media tools and lifestyle channels too, the app offers a buffet of enjoyable features.