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    How to disable Twitter Graph App to stop Twitter from tracking apps on Android or iOS?


    Need to turn off the Twitter Graph App on all your Android or iOS devices? Get step by step guidance from this Ask Expert page to understand how to do this.

    I hear that Twitter has come up with Twitter Graph App to provide tailored experience on Twitter by delivering content of interest to the users. However, with the lurking danger of Twitter spying on our mobile apps usage, I prefer to turn off the Twitter Graph App. Can someone please explain the steps to deactivate or turn off Twitter Graph App on Android or iOS device? Once disabled, is it possible to turn on the Twitter Graph App again? Please share relevant details.
  • #7072
    I understand your concern and would be mentioning the steps to disable Twitter Graph App below. However, before that you do need to know that Twitter will only be collecting data about the apps you install and not what you do with those apps. If after understanding this you still want to disable it then here are the steps:
    1. Open the Twitter app on your smartphone.
    2. In the "Me" tab click on the Gear icon which looks like the Settings icon in most interfaces.
    3. Go to Settings and select the account on which you want to do the change.
    4. There in the Privacy section you can switch off the "Tailor Twitter based on my apps" option.

    Following the same steps you can re-enable this option.

  • #7103
    Follow these steps to disable Twitter Graph App:

    iOS:
    1. From the me tab, tap the gear icon.
    2. Select the settings menu.
    3. Choose the account which you would like to change.
    4. Under privacy, turn off "Tailer Twitter based on my apps".

    Android:
    1. Open Twitter app and select Settings from its menu.
    2. Choose the account which you would like to change.
    3. Under other, turn off "Tailer Twitter based on my app".
    4. This will stop app graph to track your apps from your mobile phones.

    I hope this was useful for you.


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