Like so many other social media apps, it's easy to spend hours of your day mindlessly scrolling through TikTok, watching hilarious videos, dance challenges, and everything in between on repeat. With tons of new users joining the app every single day, it can be hard to decide who to follow, which is exactly why we've rounded up a few of the best Canadian TikTok stars that you need to check out ASAP.\nAccording to Influencer Marketing Hub, as of October 2019, over 500 million people had downloaded and/or were using TikTok. Although many people use the app just to watch the content that others create and put out there, some people make a very impressive living simply from making videos of themselves dancing alone in their living room.\nWhether you're into watching good looking people lip-sync along to catchy songs, gawking over cute animals, picking up tips from super short makeup tutorials, or just killing time laughing at memes, TikTok truly does have something for everyone.\nNext time you find yourself scrolling for hours, be sure to show some love to some of Canada's top TikTokers—we can promise that you won't regret it.\n@snarkymarky\n@snarkymarky\nPOV: you’re on the bus ride back to school after a field trip and the teacher is yelling at you because your class is too loud #viral\n♬ original sound - snarkymarky\nIf you're looking for someone to really make you laugh, Snarky Marky is a TikTok celeb with over one million followers. According to his page, the 17-year-old is from Toronto and he's always posting hilarious videos, some of which go viral.\n@its_j_dog\n@its_j_dog\nNo one cares about your blue haired opinion #fyp #foryou #viral #foryourpage #foryoupage\n♬ Don't Start Now - Dua Lipa\nAlberta's own Jenny Krupa is proof that grandmas can be TikTok sensations too. According to Business Insider, Krupa's grandson Skylar manages her account and comes up with the ideas for all their videos. The pair have amassed just over 825,000 followers.\n@kristenhancher\n@kristenhancher\nBow down to the CEO of flat asses.\n♬ original sound - maryyyjaneee9\nOntario's Kristen Hancher is not only an Instagram influencer and a successful YouTuber, but she also has a whopping 23.4 million followers on TikTok. She regularly posts funny videos of her lip-syncing and dancing along to popular songs for her fans to enjoy.\n@maximeb\n@maximeb\nDecided to do it normally this time :)\n♬ Bagaikan Langit（cover） - _ucil👑\nAccording to The Famous People, Maxime is from Edmonton and was diagnosed with Treacher Collins Syndrome. After being bullied for most of his life, the 18-year-old turned to TikTok to raise awareness about his illness and to inspire his 1.9 million followers who might also be dealing with bullies.\n@kiocyrrr\n@kiocyrrr\nYes. This happened. terrycrews\n♬ A Thousand Miles - The Hitters\nAccording to his page, Kio is a 19-year-old Asian-Canadian. Facts Ninja reports that he was born in Vancouver, although he now lives in the U.S. He's earned himself an impressive 3.7 million followers on the platform, and often posts goofy videos with his friends and sometimes even celebrities.\n@caleontwins\n@caleontwins\nWhich one of us is singing?? 😉 #foryou #twins #filipino #canada #singing\n♬ original sound - caleontwins\nAccording to U of T News, the Caleon Twins from Ontario have over 250,000 YouTube subscribers, over 100,000 Instagram followers, and 3.3 million followers on TikTok—all while earning a commerce degree. Now that they've graduated, they've been focused on building their social media brand.