Twitter’s Blue Tick Verification Service, a Paid Add-on for Goes Live iOS User
Twitter’s $7.99 paid verification service is being launched out just days after the company announced it would begin charging for the blue tick verification symbol, and in the midst of widespread layoffs. Saturday’s introduction of Twitter for iOS marked the debut of the service’s premium Twitter Blue plan.
The current version of the Twitter app for iOS requires users to upgrade to Twitter Blue, which costs money.
According to Twitter’s latest update on the Apple App Store, “Power to the people: Your account will earn a blue checkmark, just like the celebrities, companies, and politicians you already follow.”
Twitter Blue with verification is now accessible in the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom, as stated in the updated iOS app.
Great new features are being added to Twitter Blue today, and we have more on the way. The latest update to the Twitter app for iPhones advertised Twitter Blue for $7.99 a month if users subscribed immediately.
Great new features are being added to Twitter Blue today, and more are on the way. The current version of the Twitter app for iPhones now advertises that users can sign up for Twitter Blue for $7.99 per month.
The new Twitter Blue with verification “isn’t live yet,” according to Twitter product manager Esther Crawford. However, some users will see the upgrades due to “testing and deploying changes in real-time.”
The new Twitter Blue with verification “isn’t live yet,” according to Twitter product manager Esther Crawford. However, some users will see the upgrades due to “testing and pushing changes in real-time.”
Elon Musk, the site’s new owner, recently stated that a verification badge would cost USD 8.