The long-awaited subscription service ‘Twitter Blue’ is now live in Australia and Canada, Twitter announced. The new subscription service has Bookmark Folders, Undo Tweet, and Reader Mode as part of premium features.
In a blog post, Twitter mentions the rollout in Australia and Canada to be the first iteration of Twitter Blue. During the initial phase, the company will get deeper insights into user experiences and will add more features over time before launching worldwide.
Twitter Blue subscribers will be charged a monthly price of $3.49 CAD or $4.49 AUD for the following features:
- Bookmark Folders: This feature lets users organize and manage saved Tweets for easy search.
- Undo Tweet: Users can now undo a Tweet within 30 seconds from the post by tapping the ‘Undo’ button. This gives users the ability to preview and revise a Tweet for a typo before the world sees it.
- Reader Mode: It makes it easier for users to read long threads. It provides ease of reading experience by turning threads into easy-to-read text with a seamless view.
Along with these features, the subscription allows users to select custom app icons for their device’s home screen and provides dedicated customer support.
Twitter users living in Australia and Canada can sign up for Twitter Blue from the Profile menu in the Twitter for iOS app. To stay up-to-date with features and for sharing feedback you can follow @TwitterBlue on Twitter.
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