The social media company has made the paid plan available to Android users a day after introducing an annual subscription for Twitter Blue. If individuals purchase the Twitter Blue plan through Android, they will be required to pay $11 per month. The price is the same as on iOS but is higher than the $8 offer for web browser subscribers.
Elon Musk and company probably don’t want to pay Google fees for in-app purchases like they did with Apple. Users will therefore have to pay more.
To summarize, the Twitter Blue plan is currently available on all platforms in six nations: the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.
The blue verification mark, longer video uploads, and priority ranking in conversation replies are currently available to Twitter Blue subscribers. A thread reader, the capability to edit tweets, and custom icons and themes are additional features.
On Monday, Twitter introduced a $84 annual subscription plan. It’s the cheapest way to get the Blue subscription plan, but the company has changed features frequently, so there’s no guarantee that the current benefits will last a year.
We will have to wait and see if Twitter’s new paid plan is the big moneymaker Musk had hoped for now that it is available on all platforms. Financial Times reported earlier this week that by the end of the month, Musk will have to pay interest on the loans he took out to buy Twitter, which total nearly $13 billion. Therefore, Twitter would want to increase its subscription revenue stat.