Some people don't know that kuaishou is a short video app. It's quite different from other apps. Kuaishou is a platform for short videos, the biggest content market in China, to upload and share videos.
If you think of YouTube and Vimeo, they are not the same thing. Vimeo is a video-sharing platform, but YouTube offers video editing tools and access to collections of videos uploaded by its users.
Or maybe you have heard of Deezer? That's a music streaming app/platform, but it also has built-in video sharing.

Kuaishou and its background

Alibaba owns Kwai and offers a great range of video-streaming services, including live streaming, online broadcasting, and professional broadcast. Kwai offers many subscription-based platforms for videos like TikTok and Douyin, but Kwai has a free version that provides users unlimited access to its streaming platform.
In the last couple of months, I have been playing around with it, and I think the free version is very helpful for those who are just getting started in the world of video streaming. It's useful for both beginners as well as more experienced users.

Here is a summary of what I've done so far:

2 days ago, I realized Kwai could also be used as an app on your smartphone or tablet. I used Kwai on my desktop computer only, but now that Kwai is available on my mobile devices (Android & iOS), I decided to test it out in action on my iPhone.
-After reviewing Kwai's files for more than an hour, I found out that uploading videos from the Kwai platform requires no additional software installation (it's all done via your Android or iOS device). The files are already packaged into a .mov file format that you can send via email or WhatsApp/Telegram/WhatsApp Chat to your friends or contacts. You can also download these files directly onto your computer if you want to save them permanently. The files are also 100% DRM-free, so they cannot be played on any other platform (like iTunes). It's also possible to share these videos through web browser plugins like Chrome/Firefox/Opera.
-It took me less than 10 minutes to upload one of my favorite kuaishou videos: "I'll never leave you!" by Yang Chen. This was done within less than 10 seconds from start to finish with no hassle (no other browser plugins needed). If you want to add it after uploading, then do so before uploading the file(s). Tap the "Share" button on the bottom right corner of the screen after uploading one file, and when you are ready, tap the "Share Video Folder" button again, where you should see all uploaded files in order from highest rated up until lowest rated ones. Tap the "Next Video…" button if you want to watch all videos at once (it will be listed as "Next Video

How to use Kuaishou for the best results

Kwai is a video player app that can download videos from Google Video, YouTube, and the Kwai website for offline viewing. Kwai is used in China primarily by younger users who have smartphones and are familiar with web browsers.
Kuaishou was launched in 2011 and has since become one of the largest video player apps in China (it's currently ranked first in the Apple App Store), reaching a market share of about 30%. The company has also developed similar apps such as Kuaishou Kids and Kuaishou Music.
The success of Kwai could be attributed to the fact that it is relatively simple to use compared to other video players or streaming platforms. This could be achieved through its simple interface, making it easy for users to choose their preferred content, view their favorite videos, and share them with friends. In addition, there are many low-price subscription options available that allow users to pay per 15 minutes or month.

How to build a successful channel on Kuaishou

If you've been following the recent rise of Chinese video streaming platforms, you probably have heard about Kwai (Chinese for "Kuaishou"). This platform allows users to download videos from Vimeo, Dailymotion, and YouTube. Kwai allows users to stream videos directly from these sites and play them back once downloaded to their devices.
As the photos above show, users can also upload videos of their own which they can share with friends or send to news outlets.
Most importantly, Kwai is a way of bypassing the barriers in China when it comes to sharing movies on social media. There are no official licensing agreements or other restrictions. Therefore, anyone may freely share content on Kwai, which constitutes a form of self-distribution in China (and is much more common than one would expect).
However, not all video platforms are the same; some provide only an ad-supported stream while others offer free downloads to gain users (for example, Vimeo). And some are entirely free while others cost money. Hence, it makes sense for Kuaishou to establish itself as a platform that provides both ad-supported downloads and paid downloads and a premium channel for premium video downloaders.


Kwai is the most popular video downloader app in China. It has been around since 2013 and has grown to a staggering million downloads per month. Users can download YouTube videos, clips from music videos, live broadcasts, and more.
As with many other video services in China, Kwai is free to use. But do not get too excited — free doesn't mean cheap. Kwai charges a flat fee for each video that users want to download.
The company makes money through advertising campaigns and subscription fees (which pay out monthly). 

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