Twitter Blue subscribers will now be able to customize the navigation bars on Android smartphones. The feature that was available only on Apple devices on iOS, lets the users get rid of the Spaces icon and remove some other tabs if they wish.
Users need to hop into the app settings to customize the navigation bar. Using the custom navigation option the user can add or remove the navigation icons and bring them to a minimum of two icons.
Twitter Blue announced this new feature for their exclusive subscribers on Thursday in a tweet:: “Android, this one is for you—Custom Navigation is now available.”
Android, this one is for you—Custom Navigation is now available
— Twitter Blue (@TwitterBlue) June 30, 2022
Last week Twitter announced that Android users would see more information on the Space bar like who is hosting, who shares a tweet in the Space, and more. The feature will soon be rolled out to the iOS users, as per the notice.
Twitter Blue is a monthly subscription option currently available for people living in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, which aims at providing a customised experience for Twitter users along with some premium features like Bookmark Folders, Undo Tweet, Reader Mode, and more. A user has to spend $2.99 for a Twitter Blue subscription to access these features.