What it’s worthwhile to know
- Twitter relaunched its revamped Blue subscription service in December for iOS and web prospects.
- The subscription is now accessible for Android prospects, who can be part of by the use of the app.
- The subscription costs $11 month-to-month on mobile devices, with annual pricing moreover accessible for the web.
After an prolonged wait, Twitter has launched its Blue subscription service on Android. Anyone keen about signing up can now accomplish that by the use of the mobile app.
The rollout went a bit beneath the radar on Thursday, nevertheless The Verge recognized the updated support page for Twitter Blue, mentioning availability on Android. The subscription, like on iOS, will set you once more $11 month-to-month, an increase from the sooner $8, probably because of app retailer expenses. Internet prospects can nonetheless be part of $8 month-to-month.
In addition to, prospects can select to pay an annual value within the occasion that they be part of by the use of the web, providing a lowered worth of $84.
Twitter Blue has gone by the use of a bit of little bit of a change over the last few months, giving prospects entry to new choices such as a result of the blue checkmark, longer video uploads, the ability to edit Tweets — which could change into helpful when you occur to’re liable to typos, early entry to choices being examined in Twitter Blue Labs, and additional.
To enroll in your Android phone, open the Twitter app, faucet your profile thumbnail on the excessive left nook to open the side navigation panel, select “Twitter Blue,” and tap “Subscribe” on the bottom.
The splash net web page notes that some choices are normally not however accessible, along with prioritized tweets in responses and fewer ads.
Twitter Blue has further limitations, as a result of the subscription is solely accessible in select nations, along with Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and the UK. As well-known on the help net web page, new accounts cannot be part of the subscription for 90 days.