Twitter Blue Subscription Launched in India Android iOS Web Price Starting at Rs 650 All Extra Features Benefits Details

Twitter Blue Subscription has finally launched in India. The blue tick, which is used as proof of account verification, will now be available on a subscription basis, along with which the microblogging platform will provide many other paid features to users. The subscription is rolling out in India on iOS and Android. In addition to this, the company has also added an additional feature in the subscription for US users. Are we going to know what you will get in Twitter Blue Subscription?

First of all, let’s talk about the price. from twitter support page According to , Twitter Blue monthly subscription for web interface costs Rs 650, for iOS and Android subscription it costs Rs 900. There is also yearly subscription for web users priced at Rs 6,800, which can save you quite a bit of money. money when paid once as it equates to around Rs 566 per month.

As for features, once the subscription is taken, subscribers will get a verified blue checkmark on their profile, as well as a few other features that will vary from region to region. Speaking of some special features, subscribers will have the ability to save any bookmark to a folder. For this, they will get the option of Bookmark Folders. This feature will give you the advantage of keeping tweets organized in a better way.

In addition, subscribers will get direct access to Featured Articles, which includes the most shared articles on the network. Users will also have the option to Undo Tweet. With this, you can delete a tweet before it is visible on Twitter. Not only this, the word limit has also been increased.

There will also be the advantage of uploading videos in 1080p or Full HD quality. The video time limit has also been increased. Users can also set NFT along with profile photo.

The social media platform increased the character limit for tweets from 280 to 4,000 for Twitter Blue users in the US. Twitter Blue is now available in India, including the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, UK, Saudi Arabia, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Indonesia and Brazil.

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