Earlier this year, Twitter announced its new subscription service called Twitter Blue. The service was initially launched in Australia and Canada, but the good news is that if you liked what the feature had to offer but you lived in neither of those two countries, it looks like Twitter Blue is now available in the US and New Zealand, bringing the total number of supported countries to four.

Priced at $2.99 a month, according to Twitter, “In continuing our commitment to strengthen and support publishers and a free press, a portion of the revenue from Twitter Blue subscription fees goes directly to publishers within our network. Our goal is to help each publishing partner make 50% more per person than they would’ve made from serving ads to that person.”

For those who are unfamiliar, Twitter Blue is a subscription service from Twitter that offers users additional perks and features not available to free users. This includes the removal of ads, the ability to customize their navigation bar for a more personalized experience, and also the ability to undo tweets.

This basically gives users a small window in which after a tweet has been published that they can recall it without it being seen by other users. This is versus regular deletion of tweets in which some people might have already seen it and screenshotted it before it was taken down. These are just some of the many perks of Twitter Blue, so depending on how you use Twitter, it might be something you could be interested in subscribing to.

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