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Twitter Replacing Iconic Blue Bird logo With An “X”

On October 27, 2022, business tycoon Elon Musk acquired Twitter for US$44 billion and gained all platform control. Ever since Twitter launched, its logo has been that of the iconic blue bird, which represents the freedom of self-expression with the power of communication that Twitter represents. The moment Elon Musk surprised Twitter’s users by announcing that Twitter will soon be rebranded into “X.” 

Elon Musk has revealed that Twitter’s blue iconic Bird logo will be replaced by “X.” Plus, now users can directly use Twitter through X.com since the owner of Twitter asked the millions of fans community to prepare themselves to give farewell to the iconic Blue Bird logo. 

On Sunday morning, Elon tweeted that we shall bid farewell to Twitter’s brand bird icon, including all the birds, as soon as possible. Also, Elon has pinned a video on Twitter. It could be the new Logo for Twitter. And it is believed that Elon also added this logo in his text form post. 

In addition to this news, Elon also revealed that if the users type X.com in their web browser, it will take them directly to Twitter.com. From the point of view of Musk, the domain name of Twitter.com will soon be turned into X.com. Well, it is only being assumed now. Time will tell. 

Twitter CEO Linda Yaccarino also gossiped about Twitter’s rebranding and said that we are calling it a second chance to win the hearts of the fan community again. This rebranding will take Twitter to another level and provide users with a lot of more flawless experience regarding audio, video, messaging, payment, and banking as well. 

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Jurin Charnvirakul

Jurin Charnvirakul has been a part-time editor at RM Update since 2020, and full-time since 2021. Now, focus your articles on buying guides, tutorials, offer recommendations and product analysis. Graduated in Journalism Communication.

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