Most of us users of Twitter accounts have seen the renaming of Twitter to X. Elon Musk recently explained why he decided to rebrand Twitter to X and noted that it’s more than just a name change. Instead, it represents his plans to create an “everything app.”

The renaming of Twitter to X
The renaming of Twitter to X

“Twitter was purchased by X Corp both to ensure free speech and as a catalyst for X, the everything app.” “This isn’t just a company renaming itself; it’s doing the same thing,” Musk noted in a post late Monday night.

“When it was just 140-character messages back and forth – like birds tweeting – the name Twitter made sense, but now you can post almost anything, including several hours of video.” We will offer complete communications and the ability to manage your entire financial world in the coming months. The Twitter name makes little sense in that situation; thus, we must say goodbye to the bird.”

What Will the App Do Now?

Twitter currently allows users to have live audio discussions, send longer text messages, and stream video, such as the new show former Fox News personality Tucker Carlson created on the platform lately. If Twitter’s push into paid subscriptions is successful, the company may eventually share some subscription earnings with users.

Why is Twitter Changing to X?

According to Elon Musk vision, to turn the platform into what he has called an “everything app.” He shared a video of a large new X logo glowing on top of the company’s headquarters early Saturday.

Is it Called Twitter or X?

For now, X.com is still, essentially Twitter.com, even as the blue bird and other playful tidbits start to disappear. “There used to be a saying inside Twitter that Twitter was the company that couldn’t kill itself. I think that still rings true, whether it’s called Twitter or X,” Bilton said.

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