tiktok's big-screen app lands on vizio tvs

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users now have another way to catch up on their For You page. is available on smart TVs starting today and you’ll be able to watch TikTok TV content directly from the home screen.

The app, which landed on smart TVs from the likes of Samsung and LG , reworks the TikTok experience for big-screen viewing. TikTok TV features popular videos from categories including gaming, comedy, food and animals. If you have a TikTok account, you can log in to view videos from your Following and For You feeds. The app has an autoplay feature as well, so you’ll be able to watch an endless string of TikToks without interruption if you wish.

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