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 10.42

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

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
8.6M Ratings

8.6M Ratings

DeAndre Zemora ,

X is out of control

I like Elon Musk, but this app is not good for humanity. I was on the app for 4 minutes and I saw a guy get jumped by 6 people, a guy run a red light deliberately, and another fight at a restaurant. How is this good for humanity if everything going viral is violent, illegal, and harmful. This encourages more of this. I get life isn't all sunshine and rainbows, but viral content should be harmful. Bad things happen, but it doesn't mean we should promote it and encourage this behavior by it getting traction. I love Tesla and space X, but X is a depressing nightmare and it feels like it even affects Elon Musk as we heard on his earnings call. This app can still turn around and a way to do that would be to eliminate any viral content that is fighting, running red lights, and robbing people. Ya I saw someone get robbed on the app and it's so sad, but that stuff should be private or else now we have encouraged bad behavior.

On another note twitter isn't the only one to blame. I got off Tik tok after the day I saw a dog get swallowed whole by an alligator. It feels like that's where X is heading right now so I'm deleting both of them off my phone.

I also have bought the 8 dollar verified and to me it's still not worth it to just be at the top of a fighting viral video.

~pickle~ ,

Twitter’s inevitable decline

I never liked Twitter before Elon but gosh, he some how made me hate it even more. The reason for this review specifically, however, is the glitch(?) that happens when attempting to change your display name. I personally have 5 twitter accounts (personal & business) so the inconvenience of being locked out of one of my more insignificant ones isn’t that bad. However, after troubleshooting, logging out, logging back in, even changing my password, I’ve still been unable to regain access to my account. This wouldn’t be much of an issue if I could log into one of my other accounts, but I can’t. There’s a blank screen with the only button being “options”. When selected the options are “help” and “sign out”, which I’ve already attempted. This issue never happened before Elon, at least not to me. The increase in promotional tweets, ads, and paywalled features that were once free have resulted in the downfall of twitter as a whole.

I was able to log back into one of my other accounts briefly by opening a dm that was sent to it. As soon as I tried to re-add the account I’m locked out of, the same black screen appeared. I knew of this issue prior to attempting to change my display name. I had changed my display name on another one of my accounts since hearing about it so I didn’t think it would affect me.

All in all, my experience with Twitter has been disappointing at best.

Audiophilz ,

X marks the spot, charting a new course in Social Media and News

In the labyrinth of online discourse, X stands as a beacon of innovation. Its sleek, user-friendly interface is a testament to thoughtful design, reminiscent of the early days of social media when simplicity and connectivity reigned supreme. Unlike Twitter, where conversations often felt like navigating through a crowded, noisy bazaar, X offers a serene, organized agora of thoughts and ideas. The introduction of AI-powered moderation is a game-changer, addressing the age-old issue of online toxicity that plagued platforms like Twitter. X’s algorithms deftly balance the tightrope between censorship and freedom of expression, creating a space that fosters healthy, constructive dialogues. Moreover, X’s commitment to providing a global yet locally resonant experience is a masterstroke. It manages to shrink the vast, often impersonal digital world into intimate spaces of shared interests and connections, something Twitter could never quite achieve. In a nutshell, X isn’t just an alternative to the former Twitter; it’s a bold reimagining of what social media can and should be. It’s a platform that understands the ethos of our time: the desire for connection, the need for privacy, and the quest for meaningful, respectful discourse.

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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