Twitter on Thursday said it will carry out another subscription service — at first in Australia and Canada — which will allow paying clients to edit their tweets prior to posting and change the color theme of their application.
Subtleties of the element, called Twitter Blue, were first uncovered a month ago by programmer Jane Manchun Wong, who is notable in the tech industry for figuring out applications and finding new highlights before they are formally dispatched.
Twitter Blue is the social media company’s first subscription offering, and a huge move as Twitter attempts to acquire another steady wellspring of income and extend past its center business of selling publicizing on the stage.
Energetic Twitter clients, who for quite a long time have requested an “edit” catch to fix mistakes in their tweets, can now set a clock of as long as 30 seconds, giving them a window to click an “undo” fasten and edit tweets before they are posted.
The new element will likewise allow clients to arrange their saved tweets into bookmark folders, so they can without much of a stretch discover content later.
Long strings of various tweets likewise will be simpler to peruse another “peruser mode” on the service, Twitter said.
Twitter Blue will cost C$3.49 ($2.90) or A$4.49 ($3.48) each month in Canada and Australia individually.
The company didn’t give subtleties on when Twitter Blue would be free to US clients, yet as per application subtleties in Apple’s App Store, the service will cost $2.99 each month in the United States.