Twitter Blue users on Android can now customise navigation bar

Android users may now customise the app's menu bar thanks to Twitter Blue, a subscription service from the microblogging website.

The capability, which was previously exclusive to Apple devices running iOS, allows users to delete the Spaces icon and select alternative tabs as desired.

Twitter announced, "Android, this one's for you, Custom Navigation is now available."

Go to the main menu and select "Twitter Blue." To finish your purchase, tap "subscribe" and follow the instructions for making a payment.

To access these features, you must be in the US, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand, the business advised.

The customers can keep all five of the tabs that are displayed by default or limit the number of displayed tabs to just two with custom navigation.

Twitter launched its initial version of Twitter Blue in Australia and Canada last year.

The features that come with a Twitter Blue subscription include Reader Mode, Undo Tweet, Bookmark Folders, and more.

Subscribers will also have access to benefits like interesting colour themes for their Twitter app and customizable app icons for their device's home screen, as well as  subscription customer care.

For a monthly fee of $3.49 Canadian or $4.49 Australian, Twitter Blue subscribers receive all of these benefits, according to the business.

Users now have the option to display their non-fungible token (NFT) on their profile image thanks to a new feature that Twitter Blue has launched.

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