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Twitter Blue subscription service India price tag revealed: All you want to know

Twitter Blue: Microblogging web page Twitter has listed its paid subscription model Twitter Blue on the app shops. This suggests that quickly, this service, which has only been a element of the rumour mill so far, may possibly be launched. In its most up-to-date update, which was launched two days ago, the social media platform stated that Twitter Blue was the new feature becoming incorporated in the app. It mentioned that Twitter Blue was a subscription service that would let customers to customize how they use the app, such as becoming capable to use features like ‘undo tweet’, ‘bookmark folders’ and ‘reader mode’.

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In India shops, this feature has been listed for a price tag of Rs 269, although this subscription has been listed for $2.99 (around Rs 219) in the US Store, and 2.49 Pounds (around Rs 258) in the UK retailer. These rates have been listed in the Apple App Store, but for Android devices, although Twitter Blue has been described in the in-app purchases, no rates have been described.



Even as the update mentions Twitter Blue, the subscription model has not however kicked off. However, it is anticipated to be announced by the platform quickly.

While Twitter has remained silent on the update, Twitter Blue and the premium features it incorporates, it can be guessed that although the undo tweet feature would let customers to recall a tweet inside a stipulated time soon after posting it, the bookmark folder feature would let customers to make folders for the tweets they bookmark in order to make them more organised. This is probably to be comparable to the ‘save to collections’ feature that Instagram supplies. Meanwhile, the reader mode is meant to make it less difficult for customers to study extended threads.

That Twitter was working on the subscription model with premium features had been flagged by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong last month.



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