Social media apps like Twitter often let third-party apps connect to your account. This lets you use your Twitter credentials to sign into an app, or use a Twitter client. But what happens if you stop using the app? You can deauthorize Twitter apps from your account.
Inside the Twitter App
When I first wrote this tip, people had to use Twitter’s website to deauthorize apps. But at some point the app was updated to allow deauthorization within the Twitter app.
- On the iPhone, tap your profile picture. On iPad/Mac, go to the three dots menu icon.
- Go to Settings and privacy.
- Next, tap on Account.
- You’ll see a section called Apps and sessions.
Tap on the apps you don’t use anymore, then choose Revoke Access.