Twitter has announced the global launch of its paid subscription service, Twitter Blue. The service, which was previously available in limited countries, offers users a range of exclusive features to customize their Twitter experience. In a tweet announcing the news, the company stated that Twitter Blue is now available globally, and users can sign up for features such as account verification, priority chat, bookmark folders, long-form tweets, custom browsing, edit and undo tweets, and more.
One of the main features of Twitter Blue is the ability to organize saved tweets into folders for easy access later. Users can also preview and review tweets before publishing them with the Undo Tweet feature, which allows them to correct spelling errors or delete the tweet entirely. The service also includes a Reader Mode that converts long conversations into easy-to-read text, and users can adjust the font size and background color to their preferences. Twitter Blue subscribers can change the application icon on their phone’s main screen by choosing from several colors and write longer tweets of up to five thousand characters.
In addition to these features, Twitter Blue also offers subscribers the option to watch half the number of ads shown to non-subscribers and quick access to customer support. Twitter Blue costs $8 per month for web subscribers and $11 per month for subscribers through the Apple and Google Play stores.
The announcement of Twitter Blue came after Elon Musk took over as CEO of Twitter in the middle of last year. The service is part of Musk’s plan to increase the company’s profits and save it from its financial troubles. With the global launch of Twitter Blue, users around the world now have the opportunity to enhance their Twitter experience with a range of exclusive features.