Elon Musk’s Twitter officially rebrands, changes iconic blue bird logo to X

 Twitter formally has another look.

Early Monday morning, Twitter proprietor Elon Musk officially changed the notorious blue bird logo on the virtual entertainment stage to another high contrast “X,” which he uncovered the other day.

iconic blue bird logo to X

The logo was likewise shown on Twitter’s central command in San Francisco early Monday morning. Twitter’s true record on the stage likewise has the name “X.”

“Our central command this evening,” Musk wrote in a tweet with the new “X” logo projected onto the structure’s outside.

Musk recently changed the organization, previously “Twitter Inc.,” to “X Corp.”

Musk has planned to change the logo and the organization’s character since he originally gained Twitter in Oct. 2022.

He recently said he needed to change Twitter to “X, the everything application.”

Throughout the end of the week, Musk affirmed he needed to create some distance from the light blue tasteful in quest for a highly contrasting themed stage. He likewise said he needed to continuously disposing of “the multitude of birds.”

“What’s more, soon we will say goodbye to the Twitter brand and, steadily, every one of the birds,” he tweeted soon after 12 PM Sunday.

As the end of the week advanced, Musk shared the Interval X logo on the web.

The logo change comes as Musk has carried many changes to the stage, including a push for Twitter’s month to month membership administration, lengthier tweets and better video quality, dropping check for most non-paying clients, the expansion of occupation postings to organizations and others.

A few changes, like the prohibiting of specific columnists, have provoked kickback.

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