How to clear twitter cache on iPhone and iPad

How to Clear Twitter Cache on iPhone and iPad

As we all know, Twitter is a platform that connects each individual to their idols. In the first place, as independent human beings, we put our views on any particular matter freely or dig deep into current affairs involving Bollywood, Politics, or any other topic in which we are interested. But we all know that Twitter will leave a large amount of data on your iOS device. Let’s learn how we can clear the Twitter cache on iPhone and iPad! The app will allow a user to remove cache, enabling you to free up some storage in your device.

Clear twitter cache on iPhone and iPad

  1. Open the Twitter app on your iPhone.
  2. Tap on the Hamburger icon (three horizontal lines).
  3. Select Settings and Privacy.
  4. In General, tap on Data Usage.Tap on Three Lines then Tap on Settings and Privacy and Select Data Usage in Twitter App on iPhone
  5. Under Storage, you will get Media Storage and Web Storage.
  6. Tapping on Clear media storage will remove all the photos and GIF data. Now, in case you want to view any of them, you will have to re-download it.Clear Media Storage in Twitter App on iPhone
  7. If you tap on Web Storage, you will view Clear web page storage and Clear all web storageWeb page storage will require your device to download the data to view the same and Clear all web storage will remove everything, including cookies and logins.Clear All Web Storage to Remove Twitter Cache on iPhone

That’s It

Offloading an app rather than deleting it seems to be a better option anytime you wish to free up space on your iPhone. It will keep your documents and data, including your username and passwords, search history, and saved videos or photos. Read our post on the same will guide you through offloading apps on your iPhone. 

Open the Settings app → General → iPhone Storage → Select Twitter → Offload App.

open settings tap on general and then tap on iphone storage
Offload Twitter App on iPhone

As iOS users, we often face troubles related to storage space. These days the most significant trouble is managing the apps we’ve already downloaded on our iOS device. These apps take a lot of free space on your device! And as far I know, offloading an app is the best option to free up space without even needing to delete the same.

Which option would you prefer to free up Storage? Do share your views in the comment section below! We’ll keep you indulged in your devices with our exciting articles!! Till then, keep exploring and stay upgraded!! 

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  1. That fix for Twitter storage doesn’t really work any more. I have about 1.7gb showing as data / docs on iphone storage for twitter. And that’s after clearing the data and media storage a above – which only showed at around 200mb.

    I know i can delate the app and reinstall, but that seems a bit extreme when the fix above should work.

  2. So sorry to hear that. Usually, the trick works like a charm. But if it isn’t, you’ll have to delete and reinstall the app to clear out the 1.7GB data. Also, try and clear cache at least once a week to avoid blocking this much storage again once that is done.

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