You just can’t avoid TikTok.

The wildly popular video-streaming app is now available as a skin for mobile phones and tablets and invites users to tinker with its contents.

The app’s creators announced that TikTok will become a live skin — the first app to do so, which means that users will be able to refresh the app each time they use it.

The update, which took place yesterday, is free for users of iOS and Android devices.

Many hip-hop and pop celebrities have used the app to share their work, with Chris Brown and Desiigner being two of the most popular.

In a promotional message, TikTok general manager Florian Schaffler wrote: “We’re proud of TikTok’s social impact on the music community.

“At TikTok, we’re looking forward to bringing even more fun to our community. We hope you enjoy our new live skin and send us your most creative creations for the chance to be featured as a live skin.”

Recent reports have suggested that as many as 500 million people are using the app.

Other apps, such as Snapchat, have leveraged similar features to boost their ad-targeting.

For instance, the app allows users to choose which parts of an ad are shown to them, said a spokesperson for the streaming giant.

That video-sharing app had a more than threefold increase in users in the first quarter of 2018, in a similar fashion.

“That showed there is a lot of penetration in popular song formats that can also be targeted very well,” said Jan Dawson, a principal analyst at Jackdaw Research.

The Winklevoss twins, Cameron and Tyler, bought a stake in Snapchat last year and embarked on a marketing campaign to raise its profile.

The twins, famous for winning a lawsuit against Facebook that claimed the social network ripped off the design of its online instant messaging app, also hosted an event in February at a nightclub to promote it.

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