Twitter Blue has ultimately started permitting subscribers on Android personalize the app’s navigation bar. The feature, which was previously accessible only on iOS, allows you get rid of the Spaces icon which is smack-dab in the middle of your navigation bar (and of study course, take out some of the other tabs if you want, way too).
With custom made navigation, you can reduce the variety of shown tabs to as couple as two, or preserve all 5 that seem by default — handy if you are worn out of stretching your finger over the Spaces tab just to get to your DMs and notifications. Twitter to start with begun testing the Areas tab on iOS last year and rolled out the tab on Android in May perhaps, which seemed to only give much more inconvenienced customers a cause to sign up for the $2.99 / thirty day period Blue subscription introduced very last year.
But Blue can’t conserve us from every characteristic that’s cluttering up the application. Twitter declared very last week that it is likely to start together with additional data in the banner that displays lively Areas at the extremely leading of your timeline. While there even now is not a location to transform this banner off entirely (neither for totally free or Blue subscribers), it will now demonstrate who’s internet hosting the Space, who shares a tweet in the Room, as well as pertinent Subjects.