Android users can now change the navigation bar on the Twitter Blue app. This feature, previously exclusive to iOS, lets you remove the space icon from the center of your navigation bar (and of course, remove other tabs if you want).
According to The Verge, if you’re sick of extending your finger over the Spaces tab to access your DMs and alerts, Custom Navigation lets you display two tabs at once or retain the five tabs displayed by default.
The Space tab was first tested by Twitter on iOS last year and appeared on Android in May, which seems to encourage more annoyed users to subscribe to the USD2.99 / month Blue Plan, launched last year.
However, blocking the Blue app may not protect us from all features. Last week, Twitter made an announcement about adding more information to banners that show active spots at the top of your timeline, as reported by The Verge.
Although there is currently no option to completely disable this banner (not for free users or for blue subscribers), it will now display information about space hosts, everyone who tweets in space, and relevant topics. (ANI)