Twitter Blue, the paid membership service that was recently discovered with an distinctive user experience on the microblogging site, has now apparently been confirmed. Twitter has included the paid service as an in-app purchase within its app listing on the App Store. However, the experience is yet to go live for the public. It is said to bring features including the anticipated ‘Undo Tweet’ option and color themes. Separately, Twitter has brought its Clubhouse-style Spaces to the Web for a broader audience.
Reverse engineering expert Jan Manchun Wong has recognized the reference of Twitter Blue as an in-application buy in Twitter’s posting on the App Store. The assistance is estimated at $2.99 (Rs. 269 in India) for a month. Notwithstanding, it isn’t available through the Twitter application as of now.
Wong said that she has begun testing the feature as the first paying Twitter Blue customer. The service brings colour themes and custom app icons. It will also bring a dedicated Reader Mode soon, according to Wong.
Earlier this month, Wong spotted Twitter Blue as a premium subscription with features such as a ‘Collections’ section with the ability to let users save and organise their tweets. It is also claimed to bring the option to undo tweets for a short period of time, which was spotted as ‘Undo Tweet’ in March.
Twitter Blue could be available under a tiered pricing model through which people would get more exclusive features by paying an additional monthly charge over the default Rs. 269.
At its Analyst Day event in February, Twitter reported its aim to twofold its yearly income from $3.7 billion (generally Rs. 26,800 crores) in 2020 to at any rate $7.5 billion (generally Rs. 54,330 crores) in 2023. The organization additionally brought feature, for example, Super Follows and Tip Jar in the new past to assist makers with adapting their tweets on the stage.
Notwithstanding its testing with Twitter Blue, Twitter is extending its footprint in the audio and voice fields. The organization brought Spaces as its live audio converastion platform like Clubhouse in February. It has now reached the Web and is accessible through Twitter.com on mobile devices and desktops.