Twitter May Soon Let You Hide That You Paid for Twitter…
Jakob Aylesbury / 11 months ago
Have you got a Twitter blue subscription and aren’t embarrassed by the fact that you paid for Twitter? Well, you should be and it seems that for those who are embarrassed, Twitter may be working on an option to hide the fact that you paid for Twitter.
Twitter May Let You Hide Your Subscription
So Twitter offers the Twitter Blue subscription which charges you £8 for a blue check mark and various other features such as reduced ads and prioritised posts both of which aren’t even available yet and have effectively made the Blue checkmark of verification pointless and if anything is just massive sign on someone’s head that says “I’m a massive pillock”.
Following an information leak from Alessandro Paluzzi, mobile developer and reverse engineer, Twitter may be looking at the option to hide the blue checkmark as well as a few other options surrounding account verification.
The only reason for this addition is to prevent people from getting targeted for having a blue subscription which is fair enough. The verification aspect of having the checkmark means absolutely nothing especially as Twitter will be removing the Legacy verified checkmarks from April 1st. Hiding the tick box means you will just be £8 paying for 1080p videos, fewer ads, longer videos, longer tweets, the ability to edit tweets and NFT profile pictures. All in all, doesn’t sound worth £8.
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