TikTok is the fastest growing video sharing app in the world and people in Pakistan are also liking it.
And now the app is undergoing a major change that is surprisingly similar to Instagram.
Instagram is redesigning user profiles with profile photos and follow-up content being moved to the left.
New York Times reporter Tyler Lorenz first shared this redesign on Twitter and then confirmed it by a TIKTOK spokesperson talking to technology site The Verge.
The spokesperson said, "We are always looking for ways to improve the user experience of using TIKTOK, we are currently testing profile designs to provide a better experience for users".
TIKTOK has almost completely copied the Instagram user interface, and this is often the case on social networks.
They 'borrow' ideas and features of their opposing apps, even Instagram itself is second to none, in this case, it has taken the Story feature from Snap Chat.
TikTok was the most downloaded app after the WhatsApp last year and it beat Facebook and Instagram.
That's why Facebook considers TikTok a risk in the future, and Instagram is experiencing a video editing tool called Reels that leverages the best TikTok features, such as speed adjustments and other video audio.
If TikTok introduced a profile like Instagram to all users, then all social networks will feel the same, especially if Instagram continues to copy TikTok's best features.
Be aware that Chinese company Bait Dance bought App Musical in 2017 for a billion dollars and then turned it into a talk show (Facebook tried to buy it, but failed), which is fast becoming a worldwide phenomenon.