Twitter Blue Subscription: According to Reuters, Twitter’s paid service Blue Subscription will be launched first on the Apple App Store. At the same time, Elon Musk has recently accused Apple of threatening to block Twitter from the App Store.
Twitter Key Blue subscription service is to be launched again on 2 December. However, Android users will not get this service first. According to reports microblogging platform paid service to first apple will launch on the device. The company will be the first to provide this facility in iOS supported phones. Earlier, Elon Musk accused Apple of threatening to block Twitter from the App Store. This information has come to the fore only a day after this. Twitter has been struggling with huge losses for a long time. In such a situation, Blue Subscription can give some relief to the company.
Twitter plans to start subscription service through an update in the Twitter app. However, this would require approval from Apple as part of the standard app review process. According to the report of news agency Reuters, a person has given information about the plan to launch Blue Subscription first on Apple devices. Twitter will release an update for Android devices after giving an update to Apple.
Why is Apple important?
Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk recently alleged that Apple was pressuring Twitter for content moderation. Apple provides a very important platform for Twitter users – App Store. If Musk loses this platform, then Twitter will be cut off from more than 1.5 billion users around the world. That’s why the company will first try to start Blue Subscription on the App Store.
What is Twitter Blue Subscription?
Twitter Blue is an optional monthly paid subscription plan. On subscribing to it, a blue checkmark comes on the account of Twitter users. Apart from this, users with Blue subscription will also get the first benefit of new features like edit tweet. The company launched this service at the rate of $ 8 (about Rs 650) per month in select countries. However, due to fake account verification, this service was stopped.
Twitter support to Apple
Apple holds meetings with Twitter every week on different matters. The company also conducts such meetings with other major social networking apps including Facebook and Instagram. Let us tell you that Apple is heavily dependent on Twitter to give ads. Actually, the iPhone maker does not run its ad on Facebook.