Threads, a Twitter clone created by Meta that debuted last month and raced to the top of the app charts, is now accessible from PCs thanks to the launch of its web version.
The parent company of Facebook revealed Threads’ desktop release on Tuesday and promised that it would be enhanced to resemble the mobile software in the upcoming weeks. The public will be able to access Threads on the web “over the following few days,” according to a Meta representative.
After its launch in July, Threads attracted users quickly, but the following week saw a decline in growth and engagement as users realised the app’s limitations. Early in August, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg emphasised efforts to improve the app by stating that the business was developing a web version of Threads as well as a search feature.