July 12 (Portaltic/EP) –
Twitter has blocked the links that redirect to Threads, the recently launched ‘app’ that is positioned as its main competitor, since when searching for content with the threads.net domain, the platform notifies that there are no results.
Threads is an application developed by Meta, focused on ‘microblogging’ and designed to “share ideas and trends with text”, with which Mark Zuckerberg’s company intends to become Twitter’s main competitor.
Several users have reported that they have not been able to access Threads content from Twitter, as entering ‘url:threads.net’ in the platform’s search field reports that “no results” for her, just as Europa Press has bought.
It should be remembered that Threads recently reached 100 million users, after its launch on July 5 and its arrival in Spain a day later, according to data compiled by Quiver Quantitative, which has carried out a count of subscribed accounts since it was launched. made available to users.
Given this growth, the current CEO of Twitter, Linda Yaccarino, has defended that “there is only one Twitter” and has insisted that last week the platform had its “busiest usage day since February.”