Twitter changes URL to across devices

Alex Omenye
Alex Omenye

The URLs generated from the X app on iOS have changed from to signalling a major transformation for the Elon Musk-led microblogging platform formerly known as Twitter.

Last month, the billionaire Elon Musk renamed Twitter as X. Twitter’s mobile application icon is now shown as an X on both the Android and iOS operating systems. Later, the business referred to tweets as postings.

The Android app and Web link, however, are still sending users to the previous domain. In the upcoming days, the company might modify this.

Owner of X Musk previously stated that users would be forwarded to Twitter. The Tesla billionaire recently changed Twitter’s name to X and substituted the single letter “X” for the company’s previous blue bird logo.

Musk purchased the microblogging platform for $44 billion in October of last year and has since made a number of modifications to the company. In addition to firing thousands of workers from various divisions, he began charging users $8 per month for the Twitter Blue subscription.

In the first week of July, when Musk restricted the tweets users could view, the company received harsh criticism from users which prompted tech rival Mark Zuckerberg to launch Threads.

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