According to Wong, Twitter Blue provides users the ability to add bookmarks to tweets, a Collections feature for save and organise posts, and a new “undo tweet” feature. Well, it looks like we’re finally getting the edit feature that we’ve been asking for throughout the years. Unfortunately for us, it’s locked behind a paywall – so back to complaining we go.
There’s also a chance that the US$3 monthly charge is part of a multi-tier subscription model that Twitter is offering to its users. Wong says that those who subscribe to higher-priced tiers could enjoy even more premium services such as clutter-free news reading experience, among other things.
Keep in mind that this info is still unconfirmed at this time, as the platform has yet to officially announce Twitter Blue. That being said, now that the premium subscription’s name and pricing is now listed on App Store, it is very likely that we’ll hear from Twitter regarding this sometime soon.