Meta’s Latest Social App ‘Threads’ Reaches 100 Million Users

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Twitter rival Instagram’s text-based app Threads announced it crossed the milestone of 100 million active users in less than a week, since its launch on June 6.

Until now, OpenAI’s ChatGPT had the distinction of being the fastest-growing consumer product by achieving 10 million daily users in 40 days and 100 million monthly users in two months.

Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta’s new text-focused social platform lacks some features. The app has a read-only web interface, no support for post search, direct messages, hashtags, and no “Following” feed.

Threads, Meta’s new Twitter clone, is deeply tied into Instagram. Instagram accounts now display a Threads user number so the counting is both transparent and happening in real time.

With Twitter in trouble — and its owner Elon Musk developing a controversial strategy — there’s a massive appetite for a replacement as Mastodon and Bluesky didn’t massively scale.

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