Today sees the return of the new Twitter Blue membership. You may use it to be verified on the social network and gain access to special features like editing tweets.
The new Twitter Blue membership, which was first introduced in early November, enables users to become verified on the social network for an $8 monthly fee. After a few days, however, Twitter’s new CEO, Elon Musk, ultimately made the decision to momentarily deactivate the functionality in order to deliver a more refined version. You will once more be able to sign up for this new Twitter Blue membership as of today.
The subscription fee will vary depending on who you are, though. In fact, Elon Musk indicated that he will raise the cost of Twitter Blue on the iPhone to make up for Apple’s 30% App Store tax. Therefore, instead of paying $8 if you’re using the site on a PC. You will now have to pay $11 if you wish to subscribe through the iPhone application. Although the subscription is not currently available through the Android application. We anticipate that it will also be available for $11 as Google also charges a 30% fee on Play Store.
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After entering their phone number, Twitter Blue users can first get certified. Elon Musk claims that despite the fact that the first solution, which required submitting identification documents, sounded more intriguing, this will successfully combat false accounts. We also know that the billionaire will remove numerous bots and 1.5 billion accounts that have been declared inactive very soon.
The ability to edit tweets, upload 1080p videos, and gain access to player mode are subscriber-only features. However, it appears that more features are coming to certified users. The firm says that ad reduction and prioritizing in search and responses are coming soon.
In addition, Twitter declared that it will replace the “official” label it tested during the last Blue campaign with a gold badge for companies and a gray badge for government accounts. Elon Musk should soon enable users to send tweets with 4,000 characters, up from the present limit of 280.
Although it is currently not possible to subscribe to Twitter Blue as of the time of writing this post, the option should become available later today. In the event that it is originally restricted to Americans. You will need to use a VPN in order to get your account verified. However, it will soon be available for everyone.