The new competitor of Twitter is Threads!

“Threads, developed as a competitor to Twitter, is now available for use. The new application by Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Meta Company, has been launched in over 100 countries. The number of users who have tried it so far has exceeded 100 million.

What is Threads?

According to the statement by Meta Group, “Threads will be a place where communities can discuss topics of interest today and trends of tomorrow. Whatever you’re interested in, you can follow your favorite content creators and connect directly with others who share the same interests, building a loyal following to share your ideas, thoughts, and creativity with the world.”

Zuckerberg’s release of Threads has put him at odds with Elon Musk. Musk commented on Threads, saying, “Competition is good, cheating is not.” Elon Musk’s lawyer, Alex Spiro, sent a “cease and desist” letter to Mark Zuckerberg, threatening to file a lawsuit.

What are the features of Threads?

  • Threads has a user interface similar to Twitter.
  • You can make posts of up to 500 characters on Threads.
  • Like Twitter, you can share links, photos, and videos.

How does Threads differ from Twitter?

  • While Twitter imposes a limit of 600 daily views, Threads has no such limitation.
  • Unlike Twitter’s 2 minutes and 20 seconds limit for videos, Threads allows videos of up to 5 minutes.
  • Threads offers an ad-free experience, unlike Twitter.
  • Since Threads is connected to Instagram, the accounts you follow on Instagram are automatically available on Threads.

How to sign up for Threads? Can it be used without an Instagram account?

The answer to this question is yes. Mark Zuckerberg announced that an Instagram account is not required to use Threads.

  • Threads is available for both Android and iOS devices.
  • Android users can download Threads by searching for it on the Play Store.
  • iOS users can download Threads by searching for it on the App Store.”

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