Twitter App Review
Twitter is your go-to social networking app and the source for what’s happening in the world. From world news to local news, entertainment to sports and gaming, politics to fun stories that go viral, when it happens in the world, it happens on Twitter first.
- You can get the latest news based on importance quickly
- No political ads are allowed on Twitter
- Messages are short and thus not as labor-intensive
- Meeting like-minded individuals globally is easy
- There is a lot of traffic generation potential
- Twitter does not require real names
- Twitter is great for free speech and self-expression
- Twitter gives your business free publicity
- It’s easy to follow different types of people by using lists
Users don't like:
- Fake accounts are a problem despite crackdowns
- You can also get inundated with depressing bad news
- Also getting into trouble with trolls and bots is easy
- People rarely buy directly on or from Twitter
Why to choose/Best for:
- AutoComplete in Tweets
- Text links in tweets
- Add a Built-in URL shortener
- Allow Tweets directed to a group of people (“group tweet”)
- Display metadata through hover tooltips
- Use the sidebar more effectively to display information
- Add a page that displays tweets mentioning your username
- Highlight specific users, deemphasize others in feed
- Enable grouping of friends and followers
- Get App
- Twitter FAQ
How to use Twitter
It all begins with a Tweet. Join or start any conversation in the world with a simple Tweet. Find more tips about posting a Tweet.
See something you like? Retweet it to spread the word instantly. Read more about Retweeting another Tweet.
Never miss an update from the people that matter to you. Building your timeline all starts with a follow.
Wondering what something is all about? Search and see the conversation unfold live. Find more tips in our Using Twitter search article.
Wondering what everyone’s talking about? Click on a hashtag and find out. Hashtags connect Tweets that talk about the same thing in one place. Learn more about how to use hashtags.
How can I enable dark mode?
To enable dark mode via twitter.com, click on your profile photo, then select Dark mode from the menu. To disable the setting, simply click on Dark mode again. Dark mode is also available on Twitter for iOS and Twitter for Android.
What are Direct Messages?
Direct Messages are private messages sent from one Twitter account to other Twitter account(s), and they do not appear in public for anyone else to read. You can start a conversation with anyone who follows you.
- Android Details
Size: Varies with device Rating: 4.5 Version: Varies with device Content Rating: 12+ Author: Twitter, Inc. Installs: 500,000,000+
- iOS Details
Size: 126.9 MB Rating: 4.7 Version: 8.17.1 Content Rating: 17+ Author: Twitter, Inc. Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV. Languages: English, Arabic, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
iOS (iPhone, iPad):