Twitter has its paid service Twitter is blue Now introduced in the US and New Zealand. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
In June of this year, Twitter Blue was already open to Twitter users in Australia and Canada. Twitter Blue works just like the regular free version of Twitter and offers some additional features.
For example, users of Twitter Blue will not see ads when they click through to news articles from several American media websites, including The Washington Post, Law Times, USA Today, Reuters, Busfeed and The Hollywood Reporter. Twitter claims that a portion of Twitter Blue’s subscription fee is sent to publishers. The company hopes that Twitter Blue will have more unpublished articles as it develops more partnerships with publishers.
In addition to ad-free access to the media, Twitter Blue offers users the option to upload videos up to ten minutes in length instead of two minutes for free. Additionally, paid users can customize the look of the app with colors and icons, load messages faster and view more shared articles on the network in the last 24 hours.
Twitter Blue is available for iPhone or iPad, Android phones and the Internet and costs $ 2.99 per month in the US.
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