Twitter Blue now allows Android users to customise the navigation bar!

The feature, earlier available only on Apple devices on iOS, lets users get rid of the Spaces icon and remove some other tabs if they wish to

author_img IANS Published :  04th July 2022 04:12 PM   |   Published :   |  04th July 2022 04:12 PM
Twitter Blue

Twitter Blue

Micro-blogging site Twitter's subscription service, Twitter Blue has allowed Android users to customise the app's navigation bar. The feature, earlier available only on Apple devices on iOS, lets users get rid of the Spaces icon and remove some other tabs if they wish to.

"Android, this one is for you, Custom Navigation is now available (sic)," Twitter Blue posted on its official handle.

Responding to one of the replies, they further added instructions to enable the Custom Navigation option. From the main menu, tap 'Twitter Blue'. Then tap 'Subscribe' and follow the payment prompts to complete your purchase.

"Make sure you're located in the US, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand to access these features (sic)," said the company. With custom navigation, the users can reduce displayed tabs to as few as two, or keep all five that appear by default.

Twitter rolled out its first iteration of Twitter Blue in Australia and Canada last year. Those who sign up for a Twitter Blue subscription get a set of features like Bookmark Folders, Undo Tweet, Reader Mode and more. Subscribers will also get access to perks, such as customisable app icons for their device's home screen and fun colour themes for their Twitter app, and will have access to dedicated subscription customer support. "As a Twitter Blue subscriber, you will get these features and perks for the monthly price of $3.49 Canadian dollars or $4.49 Australian dollars," the company had said.

Twitter Blue was launched in June last year, with features like Undo tweet, Bookmark folders, and Reader mode. Twitter Blue has also rolled out a new feature to allow users to show off their non-fungible token (NFT) on their profile picture.

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