Meta, the parent company of Facebook, is reportedly planning to launch a web version of its Threads app early this week.

The app, which is designed for close friends and family, currently only has a mobile version.

The web version of Threads is expected to have all of the same features as the mobile version, including the ability to send text messages, photos, and videos, as well as create stories. It is also expected to have some new features, such as the ability to make video calls and share locations.

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The web version of Threads is expected to be available to users early this week. Meta has not yet announced a specific date for the launch.

Meanwhile, Threads has been in steady decline after peaking at around 50,000 daily active users globally on Android devices in early July and now stands at around 10 million.

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