The promise of being a “powerful real-time tool for people who live on Twitter” appeared on a new signup page on TweetDeck. Following the discovery of the security researcher Jane Manchun WongSome are betting that the power user app will soon be a paid feature of Twitter Blue.
Among its other offers is the “experience without ads”, so it is perfectly feasible to think that in the future the platform linked to the microblogging social network will not be free.
The idea of monetizing TweetDeck is an old dream of the platform created in 206 by Jack Dorsey. Earlier this March 2022, Manchun Wong disclosed code “that appeared to redirect Blue non-subscribers trying to access the new version of TweetDeck to the Twitter Blue signup page,” he cited. TheVerge.
In early 2021, Bloomberg reported that the social network was considering its app a subscription service. Shortly thereafter, news broke that the San Francisco-based firm was doing a “major review” of TweetDeck.
Available in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, Twitter Blue focuses on “complementary benefits and functions to those already existing on Twitter.” Among others, it delivers articles without advertising, special articles, bookmark folders, the option to undo a tweet and reading mode.
The company has secured its special subscription service “gives people the ability to access exclusive features that take their Twitter experience to the next level.” In addition, he guaranteed that the free version will “never” disappear.