Twitter publishes your paid subscription Twitter blue Monthly payment of $ 2.99 per month, providing some UX benefits for those who ride your car.
There has been many news from the small social media network in recent months since that time. Twitter spaces, With the purpose Sound rooms in the club; The Search In Direct Messages on Android; s Those tipsAs a new beta feature for users to monetize.
Twitter Blue: First entrants
Jane Manchun Wong was responsible for sharing the A paid social network subscription for $ 2.99 Each month it will provide users with a number of star features.
For now, it only offers Twitter Blue Two star features– Custom app icons and themes. Although it may seem sparse, it is the basis for more news to arrive, such as the reading mode.
The color themes feature allows the user to choose Among one of the six available topicsWhile the dedicated app icon offers up to 8 different models.
Lo Thread Reader app with reading mode
The third new will come and it will only be the reading mode that looks a lot Threaded reader applicationWho is allowed The Tweets have been read As if it was the same blog.
Twitter confirms “Twitter Blue,” which costs $ 2.99 per month by publicly including in-app purchases on the App Store.
For testing, I became the first paying Twitter Blue customer 😅
Twitter Blue comes with Color Themes as well as dedicated app icons
– Jin Manchun Wong (wongmjane) May 27, 2021
In fact, many amplifiers have used it to be able to Express ideas, concepts and stories Which does not offer a great reading experience in Twitter format.
This Twitter blue reading mode will allow for thread It can be read perfectly And in a format suitable for reading.
De Momento, Twitter Blue Included as a payment option To subscribe to app stores, but not fully activated for users.
Twitter did not directly announce its subscription to Twitter Blue, although it left telling the BBC that it would continue to develop and experiment with other revenue formats.
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