For the best experience using the Twitter for iOS app, consider upgrading your iOS device to the latest operating system (OS). If your device is still using iOS 13.7 or lower, your Twitter app may not update to more recent versions.
If you’re having issues with the Twitter app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch device, these troubleshooting tips should help.
Uninstall / reinstall the Twitter app on your Apple device
If you’re having trouble with the Twitter for iOS app, first restart your device
Sometimes turning your device off and then on again can clear up any issues. If you’ve tried that and it didn’t work, below is a list of other troubleshooting techniques.
Check your network connections
If your device seems to be connected to the internet, but your app isn’t working, check your network connections.
If you’re connected to a VPN, try turning it off. If turning off the VPN fixes your connectivity issue, you’ll need to contact your VPN provider for help.
Remove your account from the app and log back in:
Try removing and then re-adding your account to the app. If you’ve enabled login verification on your account, be sure to store a backup code before removing your account from the app.
Removing your account will clear any Tweet drafts you haven’t sent, so we suggest saving your Tweet as a draft.
Remove and re-add your account from settings:
Logging out of your account will clear your drafts. Before completing the steps below, save any Tweet drafts you’d like to keep.
Make sure you are logged in to the correct profile.
From the profile menu tap Settings and privacy.
Tap on Your account.
Tap on Accountinformation
Tap Log out.
Note: this will not deactivate your account, rather this will only remove the account from the app, effectively signing it out of the app.
To re-add your account to the app:
Open the Twitter app.
Select Sign in.
Enter your username, phone or email and password.
If you've forgotten your account's password or are having trouble logging back in, reset your password from your device.
Uninstall and reinstall the app:
If the above troubleshooting steps didn't resolve your issue, you can try deleting and reinstalling the app on your device. If you’ve enabled login verification on your account, be sure to store a backup code before uninstalling the app.
Logging out of your account will clear your drafts.
When signing in, some people may see messages like Unauthorized or Invalid username and password. Sometimes this happens because of incorrect time zone settings. Setting your time zone to update automatically can guard against messages like this. How to check that your time zone settings are set to update automatically:
Tap the Settings icon on your device.
Select Date & Time.
Make sure the option to Set Automatically is enabled. Some people see these messages due to having outdated versions of the Twitter app. Double check the App store on your device to make sure you have updated the app recently.
Some people experience issues with third party keyboards on iOS devices. For the best Twitter experience, make sure you’re using the keyboard that came with your iPhone or iPad.