Twitter Blue Subscribers Can Now Customize the App's Navigation Bar
Twitter Blue users with Android phones are now able to modify the navigation bar on the app just as iOS users have been doing. This means they can finally remove the Spaces icon from the center of their navigation bar, as well as other options available.
So those who feel it is irritating to extend their finger over the Space tab in other to access their alerts and direct messages, the custom navigation setup allows them to display selected tabs, like 2 at a time, or leave it at the default of 5 tabs being displayed.
Twitter Spaces tab that allows users to have conversations by audio was first tested by Twitter on iOS last year before it appeared on Android in May. Furthermore, Twitter is working on adding more information to the banner that displays active Spaces at the top of users' timelines.
For now, this new banner cannot be removed by Twitter Blue Subscribers paying $2.99/month. The banner shows information about the Space's host, tweets made during the Space, and also related Topics.
Twitter will be adding more new features to Android and iOS, this time not only for Blue Subscribers, but rather all users - one is a closed caption toggle (this shows a toggle captions on its video player with the text “CC” — in the top-right corner of the video.