With the introduction of support for the new, more expensive version of . As of Saturday, the company’s iOS app now reflects the fact that users can pay $8 per month to get a verified account. The changelog notes that people who subscribe to Twitter Blue will get a tick, “just like the celebrities, businesses, and politicians you already follow.”
However, it looks like Twitter is still rolling out the necessary backend changes to support the change more broadly. There is of users don’t see a blue tick in their account even after they sign up for the new subscription. Additionally, Twitter has yet to update its Android app, and the other perks promised by Elon Musk that would be part of the revamped Twitter Blue, such as: B. the ability to post longer videos are listed as “coming soon”. What the updated iOS app includes is a streamlined notifications tab that includes a column dedicated solely to displaying tweets from verified users.
It’s unclear when all of Musk’s promised items will be in place, but staff are working to make verification a paid feature by November 7 to complete the job or otherwise lose their job. On Friday, the company began laying off about, leaving entire teams gutted.
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