How it works: So far the main feature of TikTok is that it encourages kids to upload videos and make memes.
Differentiating factors: Under-10s can join, while under-16s can’t. The star quality of everyone the same age is an acquired taste, especially with the overlay of duck face and face palm. Who’s laughing when she falls on the pool table? Erm, her Dad.
Specs: A hollow earthing device like Pokey and Shabba Dabba, and it looks like there’s a keg attached to it. One big caveat to this game is that it allows anyone to upload videos of their children: from kids to parents to carers, the user base is wide and deep, and things are very loose.
TikTok comes in five different video formats: Vids, Live Shows, Vids by Popular People, Live Shows by Lovable People, and Best DJs.
Winner: This isn’t a definitive ranking. It’s just a tongue-in-cheek verdict, firstly because everyone loves make-up, and secondly because it is easily the best place to discover new talent, most notably makroogoddddy. There are a ton of guitar amp, ukulele, and rapping animation clips, and you’ll get your money’s worth out of the fifteen seconds it takes to watch them all.