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The description of OK: Social Network

It's a place where everyone can find something that interests and excites them.
With the OK app, you can:

– Stay in touch with your nearest and dearest
– Video or voice call your friends free of charge
– Post and edit photos
– Load and watch the most interesting and trending videos
– Listen to your favourite music and discover your friends' musical tastes
– Share emotions with your nearest and dearest through various gifts
– Keep up to date with all the news from your groups and participate in their discussions

... and also follow holidays, play games, rate photos, comment on posts and topics, receive rewards and much, much more!
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    Go Google Play
  • Requirements:

    Android Varies with device+

OK: Social Network Varies with device APK for Android Varies with device+

Version Varies with device for Android Varies with device+
Update on 2022-09-21
Installs 100.000.000++
File size 74.577.530 bytes
Permissions view permissions
What's new - Bug fixes.


  • OK Play is an interactive storytelling app that empowers kids to create and star in their own personalized story adventures.
  • How to Download Videos from on Android
    • Step 1 Download and Install iTubeGo. ...
    • Step 2 Launch App and Navigate the Video You Want to Download. ...
    • Step 3 Select Output Parameters. ...
    • Step 4 Download Video to Your Android Device.
  • It's hard to provide a simple safety status for sites like, which have a lot of content. Sites that are generally safe sometimes contain some unsafe content (for example, in blogs or comments). For more detailed safety info, check a specific directory or webpage.
  • To download a video from, You just need to Copy the video URL and then Paste it in the input form above. URL Example: Anyway, if you failed downloading videos with this application.
  • OK stands for “oll korrect”, or “all correct”.
  • OK: Olla Kalla or Oll Korrect OK (also spelled as okay, ok, or O.K.) is a word used to denote acceptance, agreement, approval, or acknowledgment. ... This is a very common word used in conversation when we agree with the other.
  • During the presidential campaign, candidate Martin Van Buren was supported by a political club in his home town of Old Kinderhook originally called the “Oll Korrect” club. The name was later changed to “Old Kinderhook” and then shortened to “O.K.”.
  • Okay and OK mean the same thing. Okay and OK are two acceptable spellings of the same word. ... There's no difference between OK and okay. The older term, OK, (possibly) derived from an abbreviation for an intentional misspelling of “all correct.” The terms are both standard English.
  • Users can rate each other's photos, participate in polls, and see who's viewed their profile through the 'Guests' button in the navigation bar. The overarching purpose of OK, however, is to act as a platform for staying in touch with old friends and classmates.
  • Here's how to download from OK.RU.
    • Go to OK.RU website and find the video you'd like to download, and copy its link.
    • Go to the okvid. download website, then paste the OK.RU video URL, and tap on Go.
    • Then select the video quality and click the DOWNLOAD to download the OK.RU video.
  • On August 31, Odnoklassniki canceled user registration fees, and became free again.
  • It is originally designed to keep classmates and friends in touch. is the same as VKontakte(VK), and all registered users can upload and share their favorite or homemade videos on the website. When finding the favorite videos, the users can hit the like button, leave a comment, repost it and follow the creator.
  • OK (spelling variations include okay, O.K., ok and Ok) is an English word (originally American English) denoting approval, acceptance, agreement, assent, acknowledgment, or a sign of indifference. OK is frequently used as a loanword in other languages.
  • In 1839, an abbreviation craze was sweeping Boston. Charles Gordon Greene, editor of the Boston Morning Post, came up with an abbreviation -- o.k. -- which he indicated meant "all correct" if you didn't know how to spell "all correct." OK, it was funny in 1839.
  • It's more correct to write OK because it is actually an acronym. OK stands for “oll korrect”, or “all correct”.
  • Yes; good, agreed, etc. “Let's leave right away!” “OK!”
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