The app is currently a view-only channel, so no login or account information is required to access it.
As of now, labels will only be applied to accounts from the countries represented in the five permanent members of the UN Security Council: China, France, Russian Federation, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
The announcement comes as Microsoft is in talks to buy TikTok ahead of a 15 September deadline set by Trump.
The latest version 5.2 update brings new features including the ability to adjust lights, new reactions, noise cancellation and more.
Google did not identify the specific channels and provided few other details, except to link the videos to similar activity spotted by Twitter and to a disinformation campaign identified in April by social media analytics company Graphika.
The company has announced users can now access Android applications directly from the Windows 10 platform.
The government has already banned 59 Chinese apps in the first round and 47 apps in the second round.
Dubbed as Nearby Share, the feature will be available in select smartphones.
The new update brings the ability to check forwarded messages on the platform.
Trump said that American authorities have raised concerns that the TikTok app could be a tool for Chinese intelligence.