The Triller interface reminds me of Windows XP. Outdated, kludgey, and difficult to use. The text is so tiny you can barely read it, like a website designed in 2002.
Clash has a more modern interface, but, the app has a lot of bugs and big stability issues. @onkelchrispy mentioned getting no response from any of the Community Managers there, but I got help from a guy named Corey when I couldn’t log into my account, however it was through Twitter DMs, not on the app itself.
I know I’m a bit biased, but, Byte is the better app. Overall, Byte works more smoothly and feels more stable and mature, and is easier to use and figure out. I’m looking forward to the interface updates Dom teased in his latest byte.
I did notice that Clash seems to have attracted quite a few popular ex-Viners, and even a bunch of Byte Partners (all who have been given verified checkmarks), some of which are posting more on Clash than on Byte where they are getting paid. Maybe Clash is also paying them, I have no idea. Triller has attracted a bunch of top TIkTok creators, how I have no idea.
It’s possible these apps are able to attract more creators because they actually have people who do outreach and cultivate their creators. This is something I feel Byte is not very good at, and I’ve been trying to make them aware of this for months. Byte has the better app and already has a fantastic and dedicated core of creators, but takes them for granted a bit and does little to no outreach. Their approach is reactive instead of proactive. If Byte would just improve that aspect of their business model, shitty apps like Triller wouldn’t be getting more attention than they deserve.