August 8, 2022

What you need to know

  • Twitter Blue has added the ability for Android users to edit the bottom navigation bar.
  • This means you can now hide the Spaces button or any other tab you don’t want to see.
  • Twitter allows you to limit the number of tabs in the navigation bar to as few as two.

Twitter Blue has promised exclusive features for customers who are willing to pay a monthly fee, but most of these perks, such as the customized navigation bar, have been limited to iOS. That has changed with the release of a new update (opens in new tab) for Twitter Blue on Android.

The service’s paid tier now allows users in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand to customize the tabs they see in the bottom navigation bar on Android phones. As a result, you can now remove a tab you don’t often use from the navigation bar, except for the home shortcut.