Twitter Rebrands to X: Domain Change Marks New Era

Twitter has officially rebranded to X, with the primary domain now being X.com.

  • Twitter has officially rebranded to X, with the primary domain now being X.com.
  • Elon Musk envisions X as an “everything app,” similar to China’s WeChat.
  • The transition includes the same privacy and data protection settings for users.

The social network formerly known as Twitter has officially rebranded to X, with its primary domain now being X.com. Users who visit twitter.com are redirected to X.com, although some are experiencing mixed results based on their browser and login status. This change is part of a broader rebranding effort by Elon Musk.

Elon Musk envisions X as more than just a social media platform, aiming to create an “everything app” similar to China’s WeChat. This means X could eventually offer services beyond traditional social media, such as messaging and payments. Despite the URL change, users’ privacy and data protection settings remain the same.

This rebranding marks the end of Twitter and the beginning of X, a platform with ambitions to expand its functionality significantly. While the transition has caused some confusion and amusement among users, it reflects Musk’s vision for the future of social networking. The legacy of Twitter merges with a new era under the X branding.