With this new update, the consumption of multimedia content is enhanced, and the navigation and usability of the app on large screens is much better.
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The progress of Android 12L continues, and many applications are still adapting to provide an optimal experience on different devices with large screens in the Android ecosystem. And of course, Samsung’s foldable phones are part of the pack, although the company’s tablets also benefit.
Now, TikTok is improving its app for these types of devices with large screens, introducing a new design exclusively for devices with these characteristics. This once again positions the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 as the best phone for content creators.
Enhanced multimedia content consumption and navigation improvements
One of the most significant improvements in this new update is the video quality. Thanks to the larger screens, videos will now be displayed with less compression, reducing pixelation when consumed. Additionally, new navigation bars and rotating support for large screens have been included.
Furthermore, the company aims to continue experimenting with feeds to display different types of content based on “Topics” that segment the content and provide a better experience by showcasing more thematic content.
People can now watch their favorite videos on larger screens and experience clear video streaming, optimized navigation bars, and orientation support that will take their TikTok journey to the next level. As part of this experience, we want to continue experimenting with features like Topic Feeds, allowing people to explore videos in categories such as Games, Food, Fashion, and Sports.
- Clear video streaming: Enjoy smoother video streaming that displays content more clearly.
- Optimized navigation bars: Effortlessly navigate TikTok with sleek navigation bars at the top and bottom of the screen to easily access your favorite features and tabs.
- Support for horizontal or vertical use: No matter how you hold your device, TikTok will now work in both horizontal and vertical orientations.
You can download this update directly from the Google Play Store or from the Galaxy Store.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the Spanish version.