How to download TikTok videos without watermark and why it matters before downloading elsewhere

Removing that pesky little TikTok watermark is crucial when sharing TikTok videos on other abridged video platforms like Instagram Reels.

It is important to develop your online presence on various social media platforms. While TikTok, for example, just hit one billion monthly active users, your career can’t depend on it alone. Social media apps tend to rise and fall in popularity, with TikTok in particular facing serious security concerns over the past year. There are many other shorthand video apps that have grown in popularity around the world over the past couple of years, such as Instagram Reels, YouTube Shorts, and Triller.

Uploading any video to TikTok is easy, but doing so through the TikTok app or at will include a watermark on the video. Although you can download TikTok videos with the watermark on other platforms, they will penalize your video accordingly. Instagram will only show your videos in your profile and not in the main Reels tab, where the majority of views take place. YouTube, on the other hand, offers its Shorts Fund only original content without a watermark. Regardless of the algorithm’s drawbacks, watermarked content on other platforms can look like lazy, recycled content.

Lucky for you, downloading TikTok videos without watermark is very easy, with no third-party apps or software to download, and no login details required. SnapTik can download any full resolution TikTok video without watermark.

How to Download TikTok Video Without Watermark


  1. Find the video you want to download and tap the share arrow in the lower right corner
  2. Faucet Copy link
  3. Head over to SnapTik, paste the link and press To download
  4. Then just tap one of the Download server buttons


  1. Find the video you want to download and click Copy Link
  2. Head over to SnapTik, paste the link and click To download
  3. Then simply click on one of the Download server buttons

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John C. Dent