Highlights

  • Twitter Blue subscription service launches in United States, New Zealand
  • Twitter Blue costs $2.99 per month in the US, offers exclusive features
  • Subscribers to get ad-free news, ability to upload longer videos, ‘undo’ tweets

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Twitter Blue launches in United States, New Zealand: check exclusive features

Twitter has started rolling out its subscription service, Twitter Blue, to users in the United States and New Zealand. The subscription service, which will cost $2.99 in the US, brings new features for subscribers.

Twitter has started rolling out its subscription service, Twitter Blue, to users in the United States and New Zealand.

The subscription service, which will cost $2.99, or around ₹222 in the US, brings new features to the microblogging service for subscribers.

Twitter Blue subscribers will now be able to read articles without ads, upload videos up to 10 minutes long, and customise the navigation bar inside the Twitter app.

Twitter Blue also brings the much-requested feature of being able to undo tweets. While it’s not a fully-fledged ‘Edit Tweet’ feature that many have been clamouring for, Twitter will now allow a Twitter Blue subscriber to undo a sent tweet within a time limit of up to 60 seconds. If the user wants to make any changes to the tweet within the 60 second timeframe, they can correct any typos or other errors, and then post the corrected tweet.

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Subscribers to Twitter Blue can also read articles from news providers like the Washington Post, USA Today, and Reuters without seeing any ads. Twitter will share a a percentage of Twitter Blue revenue with these organisations.

Twitter Blue subscribers also get some other features, like the ability to pin conversations at the top of the messaging inbox, changing the colour theme of their Twitter app or app icon, and the ability to organise bookmarks into folders.

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