X 17+

Formerly Twitter

X Corp.

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

Description

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 10.47

We made improvements and squashed bugs so X is even better for you.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
8.7M Ratings

8.7M Ratings

GuyInAMask ,

Elon, don’t change the stuff that doesn’t need changing

After Mr. Musk bought Twitter, things have honestly been feeling like they’ve been going downhill a lot faster than before, especially due to the unnecessary/unwanted changes <-(such as renaming Twitter to “X”, and said letter tends to be used to refer to a different website, which results in making video links on Twitter sound kinda questionable/suspicious) and some pretty bad ideas for changes <-(like how you were considering to completely remove the option to block accounts [even though it’s something that’s required for a social media platform], saying something along the lines of “the option existing/being-a-thing makes no sense and that it serves no actual purpose” when really it does make sense that it-exists/it’s-a-thing and it does serve an actual purpose, anyone with common sense would agree. And those who think that the option existing/being-a-thing makes no sense and say that it serves no actual purpose are likely people with ulterior motives). And now I hear that things from accounts labeled as 18+ are being effected now too. You may wanna rethink that before it’s too late and Twitter ends up like Tumblr, and nobody wants that to happen.

NathanFat ,

A “town square”, but for who?

Twitter was already not that great, but it feels as if it has gotten worse over the last few months. All you see now are far-right extremist talking heads, Elon’s sycophants, or the most annoying scam bots for t-shirts, porn, and crypto. Elon says this is the “digital town square”, but honestly he’s just constantly propping up known racists, conspiracy theorists, and maniacs. Now that these creators can be paid based on comment counts, ads etc we’re seeing these creators up the ante in just how insane their posts are getting in order to cause further reach. I went from using this app regularly to maybe checking once a week and have been playing with the idea of just deleting my account in general. Changed the name to X which is just stupid, changed the API policy which makes 3rd party apps totally useless, and anyone who knew what they were doing either quit or was fired. Paying for the app feels pointless as it honestly doesn’t do anything for you other than you have a check mark, which you can hide btw because they realized people were getting laughed at for subscribing to Twitter. The alleged benefits aren’t worth the money. Editing can only be done within a specific window after posting the tweet, and you get 2FA through text. All in all it just isn’t a very engaging or interesting app unless you feel like laughing at goofy people, and even then it gets old quickly.

Emerson White ,

Demonstrably worse since the buyout

I have had Twitter since 2008. Longer than I’ve been an Apple user. It has gone downhill. Elon‘s politics aside. The app is far less stable than it used to be. I often have to refresh three or four times to see my notifications. I now need to pay or download a third-party app in order to use two factor authentication that I had been using for years and years. The advertisements have gotten steadily scam here and scummier.

Worst of all from a user perspective the content is worse. Not only is there a constant flood of bot interactions, but favoring “verified” users means that every tweet you care about has 15 to 20 unrelated replies from bots that pay the $15 a month to try and chase down either more traffic or direct payouts. It’s like the algorithm has been completely reworked to favor, low value, engagement farming.

I’ll see a tweet about some thing I care about like some Geo political event happening and then underneath it I’ll look and there will be 25 replies and 20 of them will be videos of cute animals or pictures of scantily clad girls, or stock trading advice. Then there will be a few responses to the tweet that actually matter scattered into the bottom. And finally Twitter, we’ll stop serving responses and show me tweets “that might interest you” and it will be more of the same completely unrelated content.

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, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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