Facebook is developing a new instant messenger called Threads, reports The Verge. Using the app users can share content with “friends” in Instagram.
According to the information portal, in addition to the texts, photos and videos users can automatically share their location, speed of movement. In addition, it is assumed that Threads will automatically be noted is whether the user is online.
According to The Verge, the app is in internal testing. In Instagram declined to comment.
The Instagram app, designed to accommodate photos and videos, was launched in October 2010 and was originally intended only for mobile devices from Apple. In April 2012 the service became available to users of the Android platform. Then Facebook bought Instagram for $1 billion
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