Thred receives Apple and Google approval for its native apps

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Further to Thred Limited‘s (ASX: THD) announcement on the 10th of April, Thred has now received formal approval from both Apple iTunes and Google Play Store for the launch of its Native Thred App.

The submission to both prominent App stores contains all the proposed feature sets for Thred in full working status.

The Company notes that further secondary and minor submissions will be required as UI / UX design is finalised.

The lodgement of the Native Apps at this point in the development and launch plan was deliberate to ensure that approval from the App stores would not create an uncontrollable critical path.

Thred is also provided to users in the form of a Web App, that enables Thred to be used across a number of recognised Web Browsers including, Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer (including Edge).

Web Apps are not required to be approved by App stores.

Thred reports that its Web App closely mimics the progress of the Native Apps and will also be completed in time for launch.

This completes one of the most important and final hurdles for Thred prior to its platform release which the Company will provide guidance on in the near term.

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