TikTok's answer to Instagram, Notes, is rolling out

TikTok’s not usually one to copy features from its competitors; in fact, it’s been the other way around for a while now. But the video app’s answer to photo sharing apps like Instagram is here, with TikTok Notes rolling out in select countries.After several leaks heralding the arrival of the app, TikTok Notes is now available in Australia and Canada for “limited testing” according to the company. It’s a separate, free photo sharing app run by TikTok where users can share photos with written captions and browse a central feed of posts by people they follow. Of course, users can link their TikTok accounts to Notes to log in. Our Australian team can see this in the App Store. Credit: Mashable composite: Amanda Yeo / TikTok / App Store In the app description, TikTok describes Notes as “a lifestyle platform that offers informative photo-text content about people’s lives, where you can see individuals sharing their travel tips, daily recipes.” SEE ALSO: Twitch is ready to roll out its TikTok-like Discovery Feed to everyone “We’re in the early stages of experimenting with a dedicated space for photo and text content with TikTok Notes,” the company wrote on X (formerly Twitter) on Wednesday. “We hope that the TikTok community will use TikTok Notes to continue sharing their moments through photo posts,” the thread continued. “Whether documenting adventures, expressing creativity, or simply sharing snapshots of one’s day, the TikTok Notes experience is designed for those who would like to share and engage through…TikTok's answer to Instagram, Notes, is rolling out