Twitter tests a new podcast service to keep its users more inclined

Twitter is planning to incorporating the popular podcast feature into the program.

Alessandro Paluzzi is a well-known App researcher, as evidenced by the screenshot he shared, in the sidebar of the popular social networking app, a new podcast area is being tested.

Jane Manchan Wong discovered this in the app in more significant ways than Alessandro Paluzzi, a podcast button in the lower navigation panel, Wong also shared the screenshot.

That seems Twitter is going to take a huge step forward in podcast discovery, allowing creators to establish direct links to their podcasts in the app, similar to how they can now create active links to their newsletters thanks to Twitter's acquisition of Revue last year.

Breaker, a podcast discovery app, was purchased by Twitter last year, with the Breaker team stating that they would be integrated into the Spaces development group. At the time, it looked that Twitter intended to boost Spaces discovery in particular, with the Breaker team stating that they will be integrated into the Spaces development team.

Maybe the social networking app has huge intentions for Breaker, especially about the more specific integration of Breaker's podcast listing capacity. It might also be used in conjunction with spaces, with recorded Spaces being uploaded as podcasts to listen to in the new tab.

If Twitter handles it well, it might be a terrific addition. especially in light of the current growth in popularity of podcasts.

According to a poll, 41% of Americans listen to at least one podcast at least once a month, up 32% from 2019. Although there's no way of knowing when Twitter will add this feature to the app because the company hasn't given a particular timetable.

Their users and creators hope that Twitter will work hard to maintain its popularity among them by developing new features and improvements.

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