Twitter Blue Thick Relaunch
According to Esther Crawford, director of product management at Twitter, the Twitter Blue membership will resume on Monday, starting in five nations before quickly extending to additional ones. Twitter Blue Thick Relaunch Web sign-ups will cost $8 per month and iOS sign-ups would cost $11 per month for “access to subscriber-only features, including the blue checkmark.”
Official Twitter Post on Twitter Blue Thick Relaunch
Following a Twitter rant from a furious Elon Musk over claims that Apple was reducing advertising on the platform, Twitter may be taking this action to offset the cost of Apple’s 30% commission for in-app purchased subscriptions, or it may just be an attempt to discourage users from subscribing through the Apple Store at all.
As a result, several individuals purchased a checkmark in order to spoof other identities and generally cause trouble. (See: fake Tesla tweeting, “Our cars do not observe school zone speed restrictions,” and fake pharmaceutical corporation Eli Lilly tweeting that insulin is now free. Fuck those children.”Twitter Blue Thick Relaunch
Crawford tweeted over the weekend that Twitter has now added a review step before applying a blue checkmark to an account in order to combat impersonation, which she says is against Twitter Rules.
With the relaunch of Twitter’s subscription offering, the social media platform will further color-code timelines by introducing gold checkmarks for businesses and, soon, gray checkmarks for government and “multilateral accounts,” whatever those are.
Businesses that formerly worked with Twitter will receive gold checks on Monday, according to Crawford’s post. “We’ll shortly introduce a new procedure to make this available to more firms.”
Along with their blue checkmarks, subscribers will get reader mode access, the ability to modify their tweets, and the ability to post 1080p movies, according to the firm. Additionally, their tweets will “jump” to the top of responses, mentions, and searches in addition to receiving 50% fewer ad spam messages.