Twitter has added Android pricing to its Blue subscription page after the feature being exclusive to iOS devices for weeks. The premium mode costs the same $11, which is payable through Google Play.
However, the feature is still limited to the US, the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Japan.
Android users have had to make their payment through the web version of the platform if they didn’t own an alternative iOS device. The web payment is typically $3 cheaper than the Android and iOS price because of the commission that Apple and Google charge for using their payment service.
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In addition to rolling out for Android, Twitter Blue also started allowing users to make a year-long subscription payment of $84, which is cheaper than what it would cost to pay per month.
Remember that the Twitter Blue now adds the special check mark to your profile and gives you access to extra features which you can read about here.
In related news, the company is also auctioning items from its San Francisco headquarters after new CEO, Elon Musk, moved to raised money.
According to a BBC coverage of the incident, the items numbered into the hundreds with some selling for thousands of dollars. Perhaps, the 190cm (6ft) planter in the shape of an @ symbol sold for about $15,000, while a custom reclaimed wood conference room table that closed near $10,500, and the statue of the platform’s famous bird logo finished as the most expensive item, selling at a whopping $100,000.
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