The microblogging site run by Elon Musk, formerly known as Twitter, is in the midst of a major transformation. Its blue bird logo was replaced by the X logo in July. Recently, a user pointed out that URLs generated from the iOS X app share sheet now start with X.com instead of the previous domain, twitter.com. Billionaire Elon Musk changed Twitter’s name to X last month. The mobile app icon for Twitter on Android and iOS platforms now shows as an X. The company then named the tweets posts.
Musk’s X may have started moving to X.com. As reported by The Verge, URLs generated from the X app share panel on iOS now show X.com instead of the old twitter.com. However, for now, the Android app and web link will redirect users to the old domain. The company may change this in the coming days. Boss X. Musk previously confirmed that X.com will redirect users to Twitter. The Tesla mogul recently rebranded Twitter to X and replaced the old blue bird logo with an “X”. The company then changed the mobile app icon for Twitter on Android and iOS platforms to X. Now, content shared by users, formerly known as tweets, is called messages. However, Twitter’s paid subscription is still known as Twitter Blue. Musk took over the microblogging platform last October for $44 billion (approximately Rs 3,40,800) and has since rolled out a number of changes to the business. It laid off thousands of employees from different divisions and started charging users $8 (about Rs 600) per month to sign up for Twitter Blue.
The company, which is struggling with its ad revenue, faced widespread criticism from users and marketers in the first week of July when Musk limited the posts readers could see. It also limits access to TweetDeck to verified accounts.