X 17+

Formerly Twitter

X Corp.

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


The X app is the trusted global digital town square for everyone.

With X, you can:

- Post content for the world to see and join public conversations
- Stay up to date on breaking news and follow your interests
- Stay better informed with extra context from Community Notes
- Go live with Spaces for audio or stream live video
- Communicate privately with Direct Messages
- Subscribe to X Premium to expand your reach, get a blue checkmark, and more
- Earn a living creating exclusive content for your paid subscribers and share in the ad revenue generated in replies to your posts
- Create and join Communities around topics and interests, from sports to music to technology
- Upload and watch videos up to 3 hours in length
- Write and read long form posts like essays and blogs
- Connect directly with your customers to help your business grow

Privacy Policy: https://x.com/en/privacy
Terms and Conditions: https://x.com/en/tos

What’s New

Version 10.43.1

- You can now choose different time windows in Account Analytics (requires a Premium subscription).
- Co-hosts can now stream their live video in Spaces, in addition to hosts.
- You can now select a video upload quality when posting video.
- Fixed a bug which now means video upload quality is improved for Premium subscribers.
- Communities is now included as a tab in bottom navigation by default. Subscribe to Premium to customize your navigation.
- UI improvements for Community pages.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
1.2M Ratings

1.2M Ratings

TiddyDora ,

Thank you Twitter

Twitter is far more than most people think. For me it has brought me into a community of wonderful caring people from all walks of life. There is no class system, all are equal. You could be chatting to a scientist or a road sweeper. Twitter is communicating in real-time, unlike the other popular social media platform, so you know there is nearly always someone there to talk to. There are many different clubs that meet on Twitter using hashtags to come together. There is support, both emotional and sometimes financial. Some who are socially isolated or housebound in real time feel part of a community, Twitter is their lifeline. Some who are suffering a personal tragedy or serious illness are supported and some can share celebrations. Some who are lonely have friends and those friends meet in real time ‘tweetups’. Lost or stolen pets can be publicised and sometimes reunited. Yes there are trolls and not everyone who uses Twitter are nice people, but the good outweigh the bad, and it’s easy enough to block them and to warn others to do the same. Twitter is so much more than you can imagine. Twitter is so much more than just a virtual platform.

CrampedToe ,

My opinion on Twitter

Its a nice website for socialising and I enjoy using it although certain tweets should not be seen by younger eyes yet I feel they are too easily accessible for children - pulling them from heaven into hell for committing the sin of lust. They should be children and stay as such until they are adults. Those feelings are a young boys slave thus they must wait until they are older so the slave becomes its darling. Although you your ave when you make an account, you can easily lie about this, for that matter I did it myself - I put no thought into it. I put a random date there as my birthdate and signed up. Sometimes I will also see certain posts on here that seem hateful to certain people such as gay, lesbians and ethnic minorities. Also there are things that may offend transgenders which I believe is bad but I myself don’t support changing your gender or anything like that. You should be what you are - not what you want to be. Thankfully, there are few posts that are like or encourage this, I only see the occasional one or two every time I use the app. I am going to give Twitter a four star rating because although its great for comedy, socialising and posting your thoughts with no censor, it can be quite a toxic environment which I think needs to be worked on to try and remove posts that could be deemed harmful or hurtful to certain groups of people.

JWhitehead ,

Check out the new Privacy info on the App Store!

I’ve had my twitter account since… 2010ish? When people would make jokes, photograph their dinner, et al. Fun times! However I’ve realised that, since its name change, it’s gotten much much worse. The amount of propaganda from weirdos and lunatics, the crazy amounts of racism. And it’s all going unpunished now? Unlike normal sites that don’t let you scream the equivalent of “there’s a gunman in the school!”, well Twitter now does. Or X. What a daft name. X. It sounds like an “Fetish dating app”. God knows what happened to it. I don’t keep up to date with the ins and outs of the ludicrous foreign tech world that feels like it’s two groups: normal mature people versus the e- equivalent of thugs and hooligans. But check the privacy info on this here App Store page. Twitter/X wants to know your PERSONAL BROWSING HISTORY, your PHOTOS… and no folks it doesn’t just mean the location info on photos you upload to the site. “Data Linked to you” and “user content”, combined with X having access to your photo library (and having investigated with network snooping utilities) they have access to your entire photo library. Imagine some dweeb or even the head honcho(‘s?) at X getting chuffed off your babies photos, or any nudity for that matter. Unsettling. One hopes that the boss(es?) are the mature non-vindictive types that would go digging through their enemies bins at night.

App Privacy

The developer, X Corp., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Browsing History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Contacts
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Browsing History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Other Data

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More

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