You can learn more about how to check that you’re on with our account security tips.If you previously provided your password to an app that you are now unsure about, revoke its access on the Apps and sessions section of your account settings and change your password.If you wish to grant a third-party app access to your account, we recommend that you only do so using Twitter’s OAuth method.
Apps may ask for the following permissions to access certain information in your account and take certain actions: Apps with read, write, and Direct Message access to your Twitter account will have access to view your information and take actions as described above in the Read and Write sections, and will also have the ability to: send Direct Messages for you, view Direct Messages you’ve sent and received, and manage and delete your Direct Messages.
Remember that each communication participant has their own copy of the communication — deletion of a Direct Message will remove it from your account, not the accounts of the other participants to the communication. Remember that when you authorize an app to access your Twitter account or take actions on your behalf, the app may use, store, and share your information in accordance with its own business practices.
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If you’re not comfortable with granting an app access to your account, simply click “cancel” on the authorization page to decline the app’s access.
We also suggest you regularly review third-party apps which have access to use your account to confirm that you still want to give them access.Clearing the Twitter app's data cache on your device can sometimes resolve login issues.You can also try uninstalling and reinstalling the app or rebooting your device to clear any temporary data that's being held by the app and to reset the connection to your account.If you have connected your Twitter and Facebook accounts but your Facebook friends can't see your Tweets on your wall, you may need to update your privacy settings for Twitter for Facebook.Third-party apps are applications built on the Twitter platform by external developers, and are not owned or operated by Twitter.Ensure your phone is set to the correct date and time for your time zone.