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Instagram Threads hits 100 million users, becoming easily the fastest growing app ever



Instagram Threads hits 100 million users, becoming easily the fastest growing app ever​

Andrew Griffin
1 hour ago

Twitter Rival Threads Has A Record Setting 100 Million Users In A Week

Instagram’s Threads app has reached 100 million users, making it easily the fastest growing app ever.

The site reached the number early on Monday morning, according to a tracker that looks at the numbers that are made public on each Threads account.

The previous fastest growing app was OpenAI’s ChatGPT. But it took that site two months to reach 100 million users.

Threads, which was released late on Wednesday, has taken only a few days to reach the same number. Meta chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has released a number of updates throughout those days, saying that the growth was “way beyond our expectations”: it hit two million in two hours, and ten million in seven hours, he had said.

Twitter had 229 million monthly active users in May 2022, according to a statement made before Elon Musk bought it late last year, while more recent data from Statista puts the figure at 436 million.

Twitter responded on Thursday by threatening to sue Meta, according to the publication Semafor, citing a letter delivered to Zuckerberg by a lawyer for Twitter. Twitter was not immediately available for comment. Reuters could not immediately verify the Semafor report.

Meta said no one on the Threads engineering team is a former Twitter employee.
The rise of threads has negatively impacted traffic to Twitter, according to the Wall Street Journal



High Order Twit / Low SES subject
It's an additional feature of instagram. The 100 million "users" are insta account members.