It is no longer a secret that Meta, a company owned by Facebook, is creating Threads, a Twitter-direct rival app. According to the most recent rumours, the app appears to be ready for release. Rumours stated that the corporation may release the app in the summer of this year.
A screenshot posted by a developer on Twitter appeared to show that Meta’s Twitter clone was available on the Google Play Store. The fact that the app is no longer searchable on the app store suggests that it was accidentally listed.
The app’s developer also provided a few screenshots, stating that the screenshots were also included with the listing. The app’s design is also hinted at by the photographs.
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Users will have the option of logging in using their Instagram accounts, according to one of the screenshots. An additional image displays a user’s Instagram follower list along with a message requesting that they follow the same accounts on Threads.
Users will have four options, according to the third screenshot: like, comment, reshare (a function similar to retweet), and share. Notably, the iconography for these choices are consistent with Instagram’s icons. Users will also be able to create a thread, which will be comparable to a thread on Twitter.
Mark Zuckerberg vs. Elon Musk
Twitter owner Elon Musk’s cage match with Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has generated a lot of discussion on social media and in newsrooms as a result of the app.
A Twitter rival that apparently has the internal codename “Project 92” and the public moniker Threads was announced by Meta earlier this year. A Twitter user informed others of this development, which prompted Musk to respond. Another CEO continued the debate by claiming that Zuckerberg is knowledgeable about jiu-jitsu.
The CEO of Tesla retorted that he was “up for a cage match”. Then, in an Instagram story, Zuckerberg published Musk’s tweet with the subject line “Send me location.”
Later, Musk said that the fight would take place in Las Vegas. The “match” between two “tech bros” may have taken place at Rome’s Colosseum, according to reports from last week.