Twitter to start the blue subscription service
Twitter to start the blue subscription service

Twitter has added the paid service Twitter Blue to its app store, indicating that the social media company may soon launch the so-called subscription service.

Mobile App Store provided this service, but the expected functionality has not yet been provided.

For a long time, people expected subscription plans because Twitter was looking for more ways to make money from its huge user base.

The company announced in April that it has 199 million users who can make money every day, up 20% year-on-year.

Twitter Blue:

Twitter Twitter Blue listed as an in-app purchase on the Apple App Store for $ 2.99.

The Twitter listing on the Android Store shows in-app purchases, but does not list prices for the service.

One of the expected features of the paid service is the cancel button, which allows users to cancel a Tweet within seconds of sending it.

Features also include a group function that allows users to create individual tweet lists and a mode that makes long messages easy to read.

Independent researcher Jane Manchun Wong discovered a list of Twitter Blue apps, and the person pledged to read their features before launching the app.

The researchers said: The service includes new features and colorful icons.

Directing users to use other features can greatly improve Twitter's money-making ability.

In the first three months of 2021 alone, the company had sales of $ 1 billion.

Finding other sources of income can also make them less vulnerable to fluctuations in global advertising demand and changes in technology.

Twitter has bought companies in the subscription economy. These include the purchase of Revue (to deliver paid email newsletters) and Scroll (to remove ads from news sites) in January.

Twitter launched a reminder post earlier this month. This feature allows users to make small payments to other people through third-party services.

Currently this functionality is limited to a small number of users.

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