Instagram‘s new app, Threads, which is positioned as a Twitter competitor, has had a really blazing start. Millions of people have registered in just a few days, and users have posted millions of times. According to a new Sensor Tower analysis, Indians have downloaded the Threads app more frequently than anyone else worldwide.
The Messenger’s report on Sensor Tower data on Threads is available. According to the data, India had the most downloads on day one. India accounted for almost 22% of all downloads, followed by Brazil and the US, with 16% and 14% of all downloads, respectively. According to the data, 25% of the downloads on day one were made on iOS, while 75% were made on Android.
The record-breaking start of Threads
In terms of downloads and user interest, Threads appears to have really taken off. It is still early, so it is unclear how well the software will do. The software downloaded 30 million times in only one day, a record, and the numbers appear to be rising. No other app had received this many downloads in just one day.
It appears that the Instagram integration was beneficial. You don’t require a different account if you already have an Instagram account. When you first download and launch Threads, it will prompt you to log in with your Instagram handle. As long as you have Instagram installed on your phone and are logged in, a password is not required.
The complete list of individuals you follow on Instagram is visible once you log in. Depending on your preference, you can follow one, a few, or all of them. You can decide whether to make your profile public or private. Although practically all of Twitter’s functions are there, the look and feel is comparable to that of Instagram. Like on Twitter, users can exchange images. Users are permitted to upload videos that are up to five minutes long.