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Twitter is a popular platform for all kinds of people, from politicians, celebrities and journalists to private individuals who just want to move in a certain bubble. The social network mainly finances its services through advertising, but that could change soon. Because the “Twitter Blue” subscription should not only offer bookers new features, but also pour money into the Twitter cash register. The US bills $ 2,99. For Germany (and other euro countries) the price has been translated directly into € 2,99. Here are a few details about this.
Comprehensive information on "Twitter Blue" has z. B. Jane Manchun Wong shared on twitter yesterday. The in-app purchase, which is already displayed in the German iOS app store, brings different color schemes (color theme), individual app symbols for the home screen (app icon) and, in addition to these visual adjustments, also a few functions, which should make the use of Twitter easier or better.
The "Undo Mode" or the "Undo Tweet" option, for example, holds back a tweet for a certain period of time so that it can be withdrawn in case of doubt. In my opinion, the "Reader Mode" is the most practical: it should serve as a reading aid for threads. If a text spans several tweets and comments, each only offering 280 characters, these can be clearly displayed in order to be able to grasp the content faster and better.
I have not yet tried the new subscription in the Twitter app for the iPhone. But if you've already done that, you might be able to answer a question for me: Can you use the functions across accounts if you manage several accounts in the app? So is Twitter Blue limited to a specific account or only to the device with which the individual innovations can then be applied to different accounts? Maybe I'll try it out myself soon ...
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.