Threads is a quick and simple approach to update and keep awake-to-date with your dear companions.
Zero in on Close Friends
– See messages, statuses, and stories from dear companions first.
See Your Instagram Messages
– You can visit anybody on Instagram from Threads, regardless of whether they don’t have Threads.
Set a Status to Share What You’re Up To
– Create a status for just your dear companions to see on Instagram and Threads.
Make Video Notes
– Automatically add subtitles to anything you state when you record a video.
Send Photos Faster
– Quickly send photos and recordings to your dear companions directly from your camera.
Pick Your Own Theme
– Personalize the shade of your app and symbol.
Installing Threads from Instagram for PC:
Grab Bluestacks from the Link. Download it, it may take a couple of seconds because of the size. Install it adhering to the on-screen instructions. If you already have an Android Emulator installed, skirt this progression.
- Use any G-mail ID to configure and start the Emulator.
- Then Open Play Store and Search for Threads from Instagram
- Click on the absolute first app.
- Click on Install.
- Wait for it to be downloaded and installed.
- Navigate to the home screen/app drawer and locate the app icon there.
- Click on that icon to start using the app.
” The features I’ve seen in Threads have so much lovely design. I love the animations and the UI is clean. Why can’t you just merge this with Instagram dms instead? The DMS lack a lot of features to begin with to compete with other messaging platforms such as Telegram, Messenger from Facebook, and WhatsApp. The fact that you had to make a whole other app just for messaging seems like a step back. Instead of giving these features to a wider range of people. This app is good no doubt but I feel like the function is flawed given that I have to switch between apps just so I can change my status. Even then I want more people to see it other than my close friends. The status feature could be so useful. These are all personal preferences and views on how Instagram can be better. Merging this app into Instagram dms would save a whole lot of time.”