Chirp for Twitter 17+

The wrist-based Twitter app

Will Bishop

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.3 • 1.7K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


"It’s time for Apple Watch apps to grow up, and Chirp for Twitter is leading the charge." - MacStories

MacStories Selects 2019 "Best Watch App" Runner Up

Chirp for Twitter is the best way to use Twitter on your Apple Watch for free.

You can endlessly scroll through your timeline, catch up on trending, and keep up with your mentions. You can also read and reply to all of your direct messages!

Use lists? Chirp can do that do. Need to search for something (or someone) specific? Yep, Chirp does that as well.

Not only can you browse your timeline, but it's also incredibly feature packed! With videos, images, mentions, hashtags, and so much more, you'll be able to get through any boring meeting or school assembly with Chirp!

What’s New

Version 2.0.7

Full support for Apple Watch Series 7

That means taking full advantage of the massive new display, as well as support for the new keyboard.

(Don't worry, if you have an Apple Watch Series 6 or lower, you'll continue to be able to use FlickType)

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
1.7K Ratings

1.7K Ratings

The Miah ,


UPDATE: Bumping review up to 5 stars in response to new information direct from developer that complication availability is forthcoming. That was the only thing that held me back, so in good faith, I’m giving this app the full five stars it doubtless deserves. Thank you! Full review below:

As a freelance artist and independent contractor working in the comic book industry, I live and die by my Twitter feed. This app is fantastic for not only keeping me abreast of crucial updates, it allows me to be participatory as well. I paid the additional for the Pro features and have zero regrets for doing so. The interface is pleasing, easy to navigate. The only complaint has nothing to do with the app and everything to do with ergonomics, and that is that my left tricep/bicep area gets a little sore if I’m glancing too long. But that’s what the phone and the iPad are for, am I right? The only thing I wish this app had—and I wish it a lot—would be an available complication for the watch face itself. I’ve positioned it top in my dock, but a complication would make this a 5 star app, in my humble opinion. Well done!

Developer Response ,

Hey! Thanks for the review! Complications are coming, so look forward to that!

scottkle ,

The model for Apple Watch developers

Say what you will about the Apple Watch, the apps for it leaves something to be desired. But every once in a while we get treated to the cream of the crop.

I consider myself an Apple Watch expert. I run the world’s largest Flipboard magazine devoted to the Apple Watch as well as the most popular Facebook Apple Watch and Apple Watch groups. I was also the world’s first iPhone blogger going back to 2007, so I feel confident when I leave reviews.

Chirp is, without a doubt, the best of the best when it comes to Apple Watch apps. Not only did Will take a difficult app (Twitter) to turn into this crowd jewel, but he’s a teenager!!!! I mean, seriously ... how can you say one negative about this app? If something is wrong and it’s in his control to fix it, he’ll fix it and, knowing him, he’ll resubmit the app to Apple to get it reapproved so you see it ASAP.

You should not only support developers of this magnitude, you should pay for the pro version to ensure he can continue to develop at this level. Believe me, you don’t want the alternatives which often involve expensive yearly subscriptions.

Take a look around the App Store and try to find reviews so glowing written by me. You might find one or two, but I don’t believe in giving credit unless it’s credit that’s really due.

Will represents the best of all of us and his work is what every other developer should strive for.

5 stars, only because 20 stars is not currently an option.

Spankmymoto ,

Extremely Nice App for Twitter

I’m always a little skeptical these days about apps for social media.

However!!! This developer has seemingly got this right to the point where I didn’t mind paying for the pro features and helping support this app and the developer.

When an app is this good, it deserves to be support financially and with downloading it for use.

Some of the first things I checked out was:

1. How often is the app updated and supported by the developer.

2. Issues with how the app operates on my iOS devices.

3. Developers response time and efforts to help the customer with their product.

4. How intuitive it is to use the app.

5. Does the app function as described.

Rarely! I mean rarely! Do I get very excited about an app like this but the answer to the above 5 points is affirmative! This developer has done an excellent job with his app and he supports it frequently with updates. The developer also responds to people’s responses and concerns.

The app functions as advertised and I have been using the heck out of it on my Apple Watch series 4.

Really nice app for Twitter and love the features and the bell that goes off when I’m checking out my tweets.

I just cannot get over how well this app looks and functions on my Apple Watch.

Good job Mr. Developer. LOL.

PS. Make an app for FaceBook!!!!!!!! Please!!

App Privacy

The developer, Will Bishop, 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 Not Linked to You

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

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

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

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