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Threads, an alternative to Twitter for Instagram is most likely going to be available from July 6

Threads, the Twitter competitor for Instagram owned by Meta, is projected to go live sooner than we might have thought. Users of Twitter were dissatisfied with the service after Musk announced additional modifications including Rate Limit and the requirement for verification in order to access the tweet deck. In the meantime, rumours about Threads had been circulating for a while and even provoked jokes about a confrontation between Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, and Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta. Although we are unsure whether the two CEOs will square off anytime soon, we do know that the app that sparked it all could debut as early as July 6.

If you have an iPhone, you may check out Threads, an Instagram app, on the App Store. According to the software Store listing, the software will be accessible starting on July 6. We wouldn’t get very enthusiastic, though, as Meta might release the app gradually as opposed to making it available to all users right away. According to the listing, Threads is the “text-based conversation app” for Instagram.

“Threads is where communities come together to discuss everything from the topics you care about today to what will be trending tomorrow,” states the app’s description. In order to share your thoughts, opinions, and creativity with the world, you may either develop a devoted following of your own or follow and connect with your favourite creators and those who share your interests.

Users will be able to sign in to Threads using their Instagram accounts and follow the accounts they already follow on the photo and video-sharing app. Additionally, users can maintain their Instagram username on the app. Therefore, if you already have an Instagram account, signing up for Threads won’t be a burden. The app will function much like Twitter in that users may upload their ideas for the world to see, and then others can reshare, like, and remark on them (much like how you can retweet, comment, and like tweets on Elon Musk’s platform).

As of right now, Threads is only available through the App Store; the Google Play Store does not appear to have a listing for it. The app, though, had only been present on the Play Store for a short time over the weekend before it was removed. It is said that the app, which was once known as Project 92, has been in development since January of this year.

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