Meta may launch Twitter-like app next month, will work like this

Meta’s Twitter Competitor App:Meta, a well-known social media company, may launch a Twitter-like application next month. The news about this was going viral on the internet from the month of March itself. Now many people have shared information about this. A famous tipster Abhishek Yadav tweeted that Meta may launch a Twitter-like app next month. He has also shared its interface which we are adding here.

You can see in this photo that it looks like a simplified version of Twitter and people can post etc. just like Twitter. Also post reply can be done in the same.

Why is Meta launching this app?

Actually, people on Instagram do less posting in the feed now than before and it has become a discovery platform in a way. Users interact more on Insta through Story and DMs. Keeping this in mind, Meta is bringing an app like Twitter where they can post like Twitter and anyone can engage with this post. Users will be able to sync Insta followers on this app. 

Meta Instagram to launch Twitter competitor App next month ie June, 2023

– 500 character limit
– Selected creators using App via Early access program
– Meta reached out to influencers and celebrities to create an account on App
Image via .@liahaberman

— Abhishek Yadav (@yabhishekhd) May 20, 2023

What will be the name of this new app of Meta, its information is not yet in front. Users will be able to post up to 500 characters in it. Along with this, you will be able to add videos, photos and links in the post. At present, only a few selected creators have been added to the app by Meta. In the coming time, it can be rolled out for all. Like Twitter, in this app also users can like, re-tweet etc. posts. Users must use Instagram login to login. 

According to social media consultant Matt Navarra, Meta is adding some big personalities to the app before its public launch to ensure its launch. 

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