Twitter's newest creator-friendly feature is now official and rolling out to select accounts0
ditching its annoying image cropping habit to finally display "bigger and better" (and especially taller) pics on both iPhones and Android handsets, Twitter is officially launching a functionality that first made the rounds a couple of weeks ago.Just one day after
The aptly named "Tip Jar" option is bound to put a big smile on the faces of all sorts of "creators, journalists, experts, and nonprofits", and hopefully, make it easier for these people and organizations to find the time to keep us all entertained and informed on Twitter.
For the time being, only a "limited group" of such accounts from "around the world" can be (easily) set up to allow followers to directly send them money using one of a variety of payment services. Said services, by the way, include PayPal, Venmo, Patreon, Bandcamp, and Cash App, although availability naturally differs from region to region.
If you want to send a "tip" to an "applicable" account on iOS or Android, the good news is you can start doing that with no restrictions... as long as you use the English-language version of Twitter. Eventually, the plan is obviously to expand the feature to "more languages" and "soon" allow more people to receive tips.
Before sending any of your hard-earned money to your favorite amateur entertainer, freelance journalist, political pundit, or mobile tech leaker, you might be happy to hear Twitter will not intervene in the tipping process in any way, directing you to your financial app of choice when making a donation and taking no "cut" from the sender or the receiver of tips.
Spaces conversations as well.The Tip Jar icon can be easily located next to the Follow button on an "applicable account's" profile page, and to make everything even more effortless and hassle-free, Twitter is letting Android users send money within