Musical.ly app sells for $1 billion

Musical.ly, a Chinese App Big in the U.S., Sells for $1

Nov 10, 2017 · Musical.ly, a video-based social network popular with teenagers in the United States and Europe, is being sold for between $800 million and $1 billion …

Lip-Syncing Video App Musical.ly Has Been Sold For A

Nov 10, 2017 · Lip-Syncing Video App Musical.ly Has Been Sold For A Reported $1 Billion while the Wall Street Journal is claiming that the final price tag could have been as high as $1 billion. The three

Lip-syncing video app sells for $1 billion – ESL Materials

A Chinese media company has bought the hugely popular social video app Musical.ly for $1 billion. Many people pronounce Musical.ly as «musically». The Chinese company is a technology giant called Bytedance. The company hopes it will become the first Chinese …

Social video app Musical.ly acquired for up to $1 billion

Musical.ly, a teen-focused lip-syncing app with 60 million monthly active users (MAU), has been acquired by Chinese media company Bytedance, The Wall Street Journal reports.

How to use Musical ly, the app teens are obsessed with

Nov 10, 2017 · How to use Musical.ly, the app teens are obsessed with that just sold for around $1 billion. iStock I remember the days of coming home from …

Musical.ly, the lip-syncing video app, is going to sell

Musical.ly, the lip-syncing video app, is going to sell for at least $800 million The Chinese company is three years old, and it took off like a rocket. Now it may have slowed.

Social-Media App Musical.ly Is Acquired for as Much as $1

Musical.ly, the maker of a social-media app popular among teens and tweens, has agreed to be acquired by Chinese news and information site Beijing Bytedance Technology for as much as $1 billion.

Musical.ly, a Chinese app big in the US, sells for $1 billion

Musical.ly, a Chinese app big in the US, sells for $1 billion Amy Liu November 10, 2017 Companies , Featured , Investment Opportunities The only Chinese social-media company to build a major network outside China will be taken over by a fast-growing Chinese upstart.