Mark Zuckerberg's new app, Thread, has taken the social media world by storm, posing a significant challenge to Elon Musk's Twitter empire. With availability in 100 countries on both Apple and Android app stores, Thread has quickly emerged as a formidable competitor in the realm of online conversations.


Despite being relatively new, the app has already attracted a slew of high-profile celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, and Hugh Jackman.


Zuckerberg himself has been actively involved in the app's launch, personally responding to new users and engaging in conversations. In a clever move, he took to Twitter after almost 12 years of silence, sharing a Spider-Man meme that drew parallels between Thread and the popular social media giant. This subtle jab at Musk highlighted Twitter's failure to create a widely adopted public Conversations app with over a billion users.


Leveraging Instagram's massive user base of over two billion people, Thread has already gained a substantial advantage in the market. Meta, the company behind Thread, aims to position it as the go-to communication channel for celebrities, companies, and politicians, tapping into the growing demand for an alternative to Twitter amidst the controversies surrounding Musk's ownership.


With its strong start and influential user base, Thread has the potential to disrupt the social media landscape. As users flock to this new platform.



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