Twitter recently unveiled Twitter Blue, a paid subscription service that grants users access to premium features. According to the most recent update, users of this service who have an Android device can now modify the menu bar for their app.
Previously, only iOS users had the option to customize the navigation bar and, if they so desired, remove the Spaces icon.
Users now have the option to reduce the number of visible tabs in the navigation bar to two thanks to the new Twitter Blue upgrade.
Last year, Twitter originally tested the Spaces tab for iOS users before making it available for Android users. The monthly cost of the Twitter Blue subscription service is $2.99.
Recently, Twitter announced that it would be expanding the information displayed in the active Spaces banner at the top of the home page.
In the near future, it will display the Space's host, tweeters, and pertinent issues. Blue subscribers will also be able to access this banner, and they are not given the choice to completely delete it.
The Atlantic, Reuters, The Daily Beast, Rolling Stone, BuzzFeed, The Washington Post, L.A. Times, USA TODAY, Insider, and The Hollywood Reporter are just a few of the US news websites that subscribers to Twitter Blue will be able to access with "a fast-loading, ad-free reading experience." The "most shared stories in their network over the last 24 hours" will also be visible to subscribers.
A few months ago, Twitter stated through the official Spaces account that it had begun testing a new function that would effectively introduce conversation threads to Spaces.
The micro-blogging platform said that it will automatically send a Space card as a tweet right after a host opens a room. Once that happens, all the listeners will be able to send tweets directly from that Space.