Twitter after Elon Musk : A New Exclusive Update No tags of Android or iPhone tweets, Musk confirms

A new update on Twitter suggests that any user would not be able to see whether the tweet is from Android or iPhone. This news came from the famous tipster Abhishek Yadav on his Twitter account.

After Elon Musk bought Twitter, the social media platform has been receiving crazy updates. Recently, the update with the verified accounts and payment of $8 for the verification has left Twitter in a whirlwind. After all that, Musk is back at it again with yet another new update for Twitter netizens to criticize.

As the new update goes on, it is reported exclusively that the tags of ‘Twitter for Android’ and ‘Twitter for iPhone’ will not be visible in the new update of Twitter. It is said that the removal of tags is confirmed by Elon Musk himself.

This is definitely big news as earlier people use to know the source where the tweet was coming out from. And sometimes iPhone users use to flash their pricey phones with a tag on Twitter. That said Twitter for iPhone. But this all will be changed soon and let’s be hopeful that more of these kinds of changes will be coming on Twitter. As twitter’s new CEO took the charge of the situation he is bringing in all new ideas to the platform.




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