Twitter has announced that any iOS user can now start using the Super Follow feature, and that comes months after the company introduced this feature for users in the U.S. and Canada.
As he noticed Verge, shared this news Twitter support a page stating that everyone globally on iOS has the Super Follow option of selected creators.
Twitter offers three Super Follow subscription price options: $ 2.99 / month, $ 4.99 / month, and $ 9.99 / month for people to “monetize the bonus, behind-the-scenes content” for their most engaged followers on Twitter.
To qualify, users must have 10,000 or more followers, be at least 18 years old, tweet 25 times in the last 30 days, be in the U.S., and follow Twitter Super follows politics. To subscribe, on the other hand, just tap the Super Follow button on your account profile to see a description of their paid offers and prices.
According to Verge, users are entitled to earn up to 97% of the revenue from this subscription after in-app purchase fees, while Twitter takes 3%. If a user earns $ 50,000, they can earn up to 80% of revenue, while Twitter will increase its share to 20% of future earnings.
Twitter Blue details: exclusive features for iOS, Android and web users
Not only is Super Follow expanding, but Twitter is soon preparing its Twitter Blue subscription for multiple countries. As the programmer discovered Nima Owji, was able to break all the features available with a subscription for iOS, Android and web users. Here they are:
- Cancel tweet: available to iOS, Android and web users
- Articles without ads: available to iOS and web users
- Topic Viewer: available to iOS, Android and web users
- Bookmark folders: available for iOS and Android users
- Application icons: available for iOS and Android users
- Upload longer videos: available only to web users
- Top articles: available to iOS and web users
- Custom navigation: available to iOS users
- Application theme: available to iOS users
- Attached conversations: available to iOS users
As you can see, iOS users have the most features available so far. In the same way, Twitter only allows iOS users to subscribe to Super Follow, it’s only a matter of time before the company starts introducing more features for more users.
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