Twitter Blue Users on Android Can Now Customize Their Navigation Bar

Twitter Now Lets Twitter Blue Users on Android Customize Their Navigation Bar

Twitter now lets Twitter Blue subscribers on Android customize their navigation bar to enable easy navigation across its app. The feature was previously available for Twitter Blue users on iOS and lets users add and remove different tabs on the bottom navigation bar of the app. Check out the details right below!

Custom Navigation Now on Twitter Blue for Android

Twitter recently announced the rollout of the new Custom Navigation feature for Android via the official Twitter Blue handle. So, if you do not like a certain button on the bottom navigation bar in the Twitter app on Android, you can now remove it entirely. You can check out the announcement tweet attached right below.

The feature works similarly on Android as it does on iOS. It provides users with a “Custom Navigation” page where they can select the tab buttons that they want on the navigation bar or the app. These include the Home button, the Explore button, the Spaces button, the Notifications button, and the Messages button. While users cannot remove the Home button from the navigation bar, they can very well remove the other buttons to de-clutter their navigation bar.

  Twitter Blue Users on Android Customize Their Navigation Bar
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Now, it’s worth mentioning that you will require a Twitter Blue subscription to access the Custom Navigation feature on Twitter, be it on Android or iOS. you can check out our in-depth story on the same to assess whether or not you should get the $2.99/month (~Rs 235) plan. Although you should know that Twitter Blue is currently not available in India and is limited to the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

Nevertheless, there is a chance that Twitter might bring the feature to regular users in the future. The company previously made such a move by bringing the ability to pin DMs on Twitterwhich was previously a Twitter Blue feature, to non-Twitter Blue users.

So, what are your thoughts on Twitter bringing the Custom Navigation feature to Twitter Blue users on Android? Let us know in the comments below, and stay tuned for more updates.

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