TikTok has rolled its Add To Music App tool out into nineteen more countries having launched the service in the US and UK last month.
The tool allows users to save a track they discover on TikTok to their personal libraries on streaming services like Spotify and Amazon Music. It has been designed, says the social media firm, to "help music fans capture songs that they love on TikTok in the moment of discovery and to easily save the song to their preferred music streaming service to enjoy whenever they like".
The tool will now be available in Argentina, Canada, Colombia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, The Netherlands, The Philippines, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, UAE and Vietnam.
Says TikTok music boss Ole Obermann: "We have already had an incredible response to the launch of Add To Music App in the US and UK. Music fans are embracing the opportunity to save music from TikTok directly to their favourite music streaming services, driving music discovery and helping more tracks to break through and become hits".
"We are really excited to be bringing the feature to millions more music fans around the world", he goes on, "providing even more opportunities for artists to reach new audiences and grow their careers".