So what is X app? In case you're just browsing your apps and suddenly notice that your former Twitter app has been updated, with all the design slowly changing and the app icon now displaying an X, you may be wondering what's happening. Well, here's the scoop.
Elon Musk, who now owns Twitter, has decided to completely change the brand. Twitter will now be called X app, and the brand will undergo a complete transformation. The domain twitter.com will be changed to x.com, and the app icon, as well as the logo, will all be changed to X.
It's important to note that the app name will still be called Twitter. There may be some issues with that, since app stores typically require at least two characters in the app name. So, it's unclear whether they will just call it X app or find another solution. Additionally, there may be challenges related to the X.com domain in certain regions, particularly in Asia.
Many users are now asking what this X app icon is and whether they can change it back. Unfortunately, even if you have signed up for Blue, which is still called Twitter Blue, it is not currently possible to change the X app icon. However, there may be a possibility in the future, similar to Snapchat Plus or other similar platforms, where you can pay for a premium subscription to change your app icon.
If you're looking for a temporary workaround, there are several apps available that allow you to easily change your app icons. For instance, you can use the Teamify app or an icon maker app to create a custom Twitter icon that will redirect to either Twitter or X app, depending on your preference. Keep in mind that such solutions may be disabled in the future, so use them while you can.
Now, let's talk about the vision behind the X app. Elon Musk aims to make it similar to WeChat in China, where it is more than just a social media platform. X app will aim to provide a wide range of functionalities, including the ability to make payments, find jobs, send messages, watch videos, and even make video calls. Essentially, it will be an all-in-one app for all your needs.
This move has generated mixed reactions. Some people are excited about the new direction, while others are not happy about the change. Twitter as a brand is well-known and widely recognized, with its logo appearing on numerous websites worldwide. It serves as a point of contact for many companies, governments, and individuals. Thus, this bold move by Elon Musk will undoubtedly have a significant impact on the tech and social media landscape.
Only time will tell how successful and well-received the X app will be. As the transition unfolds, many questions remain unanswered, but it is clear that a new era for Twitter, now X app, is upon us.No answer to your question? ASK IN FORUM. Subscribe on YouTube!