Meta’s Twitter competitor Threads reaches 100 million sign-ups in 5 days, Mark Zuckerberg reacts
Meta’s Twitter alternative, Threads, was launched on July 6 and has reached 100 million sign-ups in five days. CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared the news on Threads.
- Threads has crossed 100 million sign-ups.
- Threads launched on July 6.
- The app is considered to be Twitter’s alternative.
Meta launched its text-based conversation platform, Threads, on July 6 and the announcement spread like wildfire. Users began downloading the app out of sheer curiosity and within hours of its launch, the app already had users talking about their experience so far. It was earlier reported that Threads had crossed millions of downloads within 24 hours of launch. And now, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed that the app has surpassed a whopping 100 million sign-ups in 5 days without promotions.
Mark Zuckerberg on Threads
Taking to Threads, Zuckerberg wrote, “Threads reached 100 million sign ups over the weekend. That’s mostly organic demand and we haven’t even turned on many promotions yet. Can’t believe it’s only been 5 days.”
A user responded to Zuckerberg’s post and wrote, “It’s simple, you created a platform that doesn’t push alt-right nonsense, hate speech and disinformation on important issues such as climate change – please continue this direction because the people are loving it.”