Alessandro Paluzzi, a developer who has a habit of hacking into the source code of our most popular apps to discover upcoming releases, just posted a few hints about future versions of Twitter. In particular, we learn that the social network continues to operate on Spaces Stations, the podcast channels favored by media outlets such as The New York Times, Bloomberg Opinion or Reuters.
Soon, users will be able to take full advantage of this feature while continuing to browse through the Twitter app. Practical, especially since such a solution has already proven itself on the WhatsApp side, where you can now listen to a voice message by leaving the conversation in which it is posted. At the same time, Paluzzi adds that the “Spaces” section will soon be renamed “Audio” and that it will be possible to program several sessions at once.
#Twitter continues to work on stations for #TwitterSpaces 👀
Here is the updated home page 👇🏻 pic.twitter.com/T3Toj3HYws
— Alessandro Paluzzi (@alex193a) August 3, 2022
Finally solved a serious bug
Also note that Twitter just purchased version 9.21 from the Mac App Store. This only indicates that there are “improvements” in the game, but without specifying which ones. However, our colleagues at 9to5Mac were able to demonstrate that this new version fixes a technical issue that causes the application to crash when it starts.
So far, there hasn’t been a really reliable alternative to this problem, which seems to have only affected the macOS app. However, be careful as the update is not compatible with all devices: you must have at least macOS Big Sur installed.
Edit button on the way
Still on Twitter, the developers are also testing the tool, which is probably the most anticipated on the platform. Obviously, this is the tweet edit button that most frivolous people can count on after posting. However, it looks like this benefit will only be offered to subscribers of Twitter Blue, a paid package that also allows you to unlock bookmark folders and undo tweets. It costs $4.99 per month in the US, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.
#Twitter continues to work on the tweet editing feature 👀 pic.twitter.com/hFstfnGi42
— Alessandro Paluzzi (@alex193a) August 5, 2022
Author: Twitter, Inc.