This is a complete guide on how to install Byte if it isn’t available in your region in 2021.
So if you’re looking to:
Make new friends,
Share your video content,
Become an influencer quickly in a vastly growing new social media platform, then you’ll love this new guide.
Let’s get started.
What is Byte?
The Byte app is an all-new social media platform, launched January 24, 2020, by Dom Hofmann that’s been gaining lots of weight and has been adopted by a large sum of creators worldwide.
The app can be labeled as Vine 2.0 due to the fact that it’s a predecessor of the Vine app. But unlike its predecessor, the Byte app is in no way affiliated with Twitter – it is an independent platform that operates solely on its own.
The only similarity between Vine and the Byte app is that it was authored by the same person – Dom Hofmann!
According to Influencer Marketing Hub, on the launch of the Byte app, it got about 1.3 million downloads, with 70% of the downloads (about 912k) coming from the United States alone.
The app has already been listed on the Android and iOS Playstore giving creators the leisure to post short 6-second looping clips on the platform for its users. But unfortunately, the Byte app is not available for all regions yet, but today, I’m going to show you exactly how to install Byte if it isn’t available in your region.
How to Install Byte If It Isn’t Available in Your Region
Use the steps listed below if you want to know exactly how to install Byte if it isn’t available in your region:
Step 1: Download the Split APKs Installer (SAI) app from the PlayStore
Step 2: Install the three Byte app APKs from the Redditor’s Google drive.
Step 3: Open the already downloaded Split APKs Installer (SAI) installer >> choose Install APKs >> select the 3 APKs you installed from the Redditor’s Google drive to install the Byte app.
Note that when learning how to install Byte if it isn’t available in your region, your Android device might receive a trigger warning via the Google Play Protect that saying that installing the Byte app could prove harmful, just click allow, install the app and everything should work fine.
Now I’d Love to Hear from You:
- What specific feature of the Byte app do you find most interesting that made you want to become a creator on it?
- What other social media platforms out there do you think the Byte app can compete with?
Either way, let me know by leaving a comment below!