Memes on Mark Zuckerberg's Threads trend on Twitter

Mark Zuckerberg's new app, Threads, launched on July 6, has generated a lot of attention and discussion on Twitter.

While some users were impressed with the features of Threads, others found it to be underwhelming.

Threads is an app released by Meta, the parent company of Facebook, and is marketed as an extension of Instagram.

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Despite the similarities to Twitter, Threads has already gained millions of downloads and is seen as a potential rival to the popular social media platform.

Some users have found amusement in the new app, while others have questioned why Meta would launch an app that closely resembles both Twitter and Instagram.

Shortly after the launch, Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta, posted on Threads expressing his vision for a public conversations app with a billion-plus users.

The app garnered over 10 million signups within just a few hours of its release, making it a hot topic of discussion among internet users.

Memes related to Mark Zuckerberg's Threads have trended on Twitter, highlighting the humorous and satirical reactions of users to the app.

The launch of Threads has sparked debates and discussions about the future of social media and the competition among different platforms.