Twitter may accidentally spill the beans. Rumored subscription service Twitter Blue thanks to the update of App Store ListAs you can see in the screenshot below, “Twitter Blue” is now listed as Twitter’s only in-app purchase for $ 2.99 per month, although the feature is not yet fully enabled.
First update found On thursday By app researcher Jane Manchun Wong, who has undergone reverse engineering, has revealed many details about Twitter’s upcoming subscription service and what you can get for that $ 2.99 per month, of course. As per the screenshots she shared, paid members will be offered a “undo tweet” feature, customization options for themes, colors and app icons, and accessibility. “Reader Mode”, which converts crooked Twitter threads into clearly legible text. BeforeShe also found evidence that Twitter Blue might allow users to create bookmark collections.
“For testing, I became the first Twitter Blue client to pay.” Wong. Tweet On Thursday.
A Twitter spokesperson declined to comment on the matter.
Earlier this month, Wong reported that Twitter appears to be working. Tiered subscription modelAt the time, she predicted that higher priced tiers could unlock additional paid features and a clutter-free premium experience for users.
Of course, I have to state a disclaimer that Twitter has not officially confirmed these details at this time, said Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. Insider Last year it was in the “early days” of subscription-based survey, but the company remained silent on prices or specific features that might be included when Twitter acquired it. slidingThis is a paid subscription service that eliminated ads on participating websites earlier this month.It also announced plans to enter a private beta, as it included “Wider Twitter subscriptions at the end of the year”
Technically, even the name “Twitter Blue” is still somewhat speculative, but this updated App Store listing is the closest thing we’ve seen so far.
Do these leaked features sell you a subscription to Bird website? Let us know in the comments. Personally, I am not sure. I’m pretty sure I can spend three bucks a month and spend it on things that benefit my mental health a lot, like saying these. Little people… or candy … yes no, candy sounds a lot better.