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Meta has launched a web version of its microblogging app Threads, which is currently available to a limited number of users.

The web version of Threads allows users to create, view, and interact with posts on their feed on the desktop. It also promises to add more functionality in the next few weeks.

The launch of the web version of Threads is a major step for the app, which is Meta’s attempt to compete with Twitter. Threads is designed to be a more intimate and personal platform than Twitter, and the web version will make it easier for users to connect with their friends and family from their computers.

It is unclear how many desktop users Threads plans to have, but it is likely that the option to access the platform from a computer will entice those users who prefer not to post from their phones.

The Threads mobile app has been downloaded more than 150 million times since its July 5 launch. However, the app’s daily active user numbers have been declining. A July report from data analytics company Similarweb showed that the number of daily active users on Threads dropped from 49 million to 23.6 million in a single week, between July 7 and July 14.

The launch of the web version of Threads is an attempt by Meta to boost the app’s popularity. The company is also adding new features to the app, such as the ability to create polls and group chats.

It remains to be seen whether the web version of Threads will be enough to turn the app around. However, the launch is a positive step for the app, and it could help Meta to compete with Twitter in the microblogging space. check it out on

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