Threads Will Soon Have Access To Web Browsers

Threads is one of the apps that took a grand entry. Within a short time of launch, it was downloaded to the shelf of million. But as soon as the users started using it, they felt the lack of some things. To compensate for this, the company is constantly giving updates. Finally, now it is offering the web version of Threads.

Meta-owned Threads will now be available on web browsers this week. According to the reports by CEO Mark Zuckerberg, users will soon get much better search functionality and web version. This change will be more convenient and enhance the user’s experience.

Currently, users only have one option for search action on threads. If the information is to be believed, according to WSJ, nothing is brought to a conclusion, it is likely that the debut of the web version of Threads might get delayed.

According to the post of Adam Mosseri on Threads reveals that the web version is still in its developing stage and may also remain for a week or two. As fast as it was downloaded, due to some shortcomings, the users left this platform as fast. It is pretty tricky for the company to bring them back, but it’s possible with constant updates.

With the recent update, the company provided a new tab named Repost, which helps users search for reposted content more easily and quickly.


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