Elon Musk announced that Twitter is working on a new “higher-priced” Blue subscription on the platform that is completely free of ads. The current Twitter Blue subscription, priced at $7.99 per month, promises 50 percent fewer ads than a standard user. A more valuable, ad-free subscription is likely to pay off for Twitter’s Blue subscription to disappointing subscriber numbers and a 40 percent drop in ad revenue.
We don’t know how much the ad-free subscription option will cost or when it might launch, and still Twitter doesn’t have a contact team available to connect with. The current Blue subscription offers benefits such as a blue “verified” checkmark, the ability to undo tweets, the ability to upload longer 1080p images, a reading mode for threads, and priority sorting on conversations.
Just days before this announcement, Twitter’s third-party clients such as Tweetbot and Twitterrific turned out to be silent.Last week, the company updated its developer contract, making the developers’ Twitter API ” You cannot use it to replace Twitter Applications or to create or attempt to create any such service or work.‘ he stated.
While Musk or Twitter didn’t specify the reason for their decision on third-party apps, Twitter’s financial woes and the company’s office furniture and other decor cost thousands of dollars. to put up for auctionIt actually pays us back for the enormous debts it causes.