X — Elon Musk-led microblogging web site previously often called Twitter — is in an enormous transition part. Its blue chicken emblem has been changed with an X emblem in July. Now just lately, a consumer identified that URLs generated from the share sheet of the X app on iOS now start with X.com as a substitute of the sooner area, twitter.com. Billionaire Elon Musk rebranded Twitter as X final month. The cellular software icon for Twitter on each Android and iOS platforms is now proven as X. The corporate later named tweets as posts.
Musk’s X may need began to shift in the direction of X.com. As per a report by The Verge, URLs generated from the share sheet of the X app on iOS at the moment are exhibiting X.com as a substitute of the outdated twitter.com. Nonetheless, the Net hyperlink and Android app are redirecting customers to the outdated area as of but. The corporate may change this within the coming days.
X proprietor Musk earlier confirmed that X.com would redirect customers to Twitter. The Tesla tycoon just lately rebranded Twitter as X and changed its legacy blue chicken emblem with the only letter “X”. The corporate has then modified the cellular app icon for Twitter on each Android and iOS platforms to X. Now, the content material shared by customers, beforehand referred to as as tweets, are often called posts. Nonetheless, Twitter’s paid subscription remains to be often called Twitter Blue.
Musk took over the microblogging platform in October final yr for $44 billion (roughly Rs. 3,40,800 crore) and has since launched a number of modifications to the corporate. He fired hundreds of workers from completely different departments and began charging customers $8 (roughly Rs. 600) a month to get the Twitter Blue subscription.
The corporate, which is fighting its commercial income, got here underneath widespread criticism from customers and advertising professionals within the first week of July when Musk restricted the posts readers may view. He additionally restricted entry to TweetDeck to verified accounts.