The users of Twitter Blue received one more benefit. This Friday (23), those responsible for the social network increased the video limit to 60 minutes, offering another channel to publish long content. The expansion encompasses the promises made by Elon Musk for the subscription renewal.
The change came from a platform support page and was discovered by TechCrunch🇧🇷
According to the social network, users will be able to upload videos over the web that last up to an hour. Also, the maximum file limit is up to 2 GB.
The contents will be reproduced in up to 1080p.
The increase is considerable compared to the previous demarcation: 10 minutes. Previously, files were also not allowed to weigh more than 512 MB.
On the other hand, users who do not subscribe to Twitter Blue can only send content that lasts up to four minutes.
Twitter kept limits on iOS and Android
The change only affected the web version of Twitter. This means that, when sending via cell phone or tablet, it will not be possible to send files with the same extension.
“Subscribers can upload videos of up to 10 minutes on iOS and Android,” they explained.
Twitter Blue is not cheap
Well, it can all be yours… if you pay for it. So I’d rather break the bad news straight away: Twitter Blue is not accessible at all.
If you subscribe through the App Store, on an iPhone or iPad, The monthly fee will cost R$ 60🇧🇷 But it is possible to save a little by hiring online: US$ 8 (about R$ 40 in direct conversion).
In addition to the larger videos, the subscription guarantees other benefits, such as the option to undo tweets and folders of favorite tweets.
You also get a blue verification badge when you hire Blue, although of indecisions🇧🇷
With information: TechCrunch