Know how you can clear the Twitter app Cache in iOS

The Twitter app for iOS has added a new feature that let users clear cache in the app. Like the cache in a web browser, apps also store content and on iOS this content can take up a lot of storage space. Previously, the only way to clear a large Twitter cache was to delete and reinstall the Twitter app. So, Twitter’s new cache clearing option comes in very handy. This tutorial will walk you through the steps to clear the Twitter app cache in iOS.

Before diving in, make sure that you have updated to the latest version of Twitter, v6.73.2.

Steps to clear the Twitter app Cache in iOS

Step 1: First and foremost, you will need to launch the Twitter app on your iOS device.

Step 2: Once you are in, head to the Me tab.

Step 3: Next, tap the gear icon and choose Settings from the menu.

Step 4: On the Settings screen, tap Data Usage under the General section.

Step 5: Under the Storage section, you will see two options, including Media Storage and Web Storage. Both contain cached content that is taking up space on your device.

Tap Media Storage and then tap Clear media storage button to clear the media cache.

Tap Web Storage, your will have two options: Clear web page storage clear and Clear all web storage. The first will clear data saved from web pages excluding cookies and login, and the second will clear all web data including cookies and logins.

Also Read: Know how you can download Twitter videos on iPhone, Mac and Windows PC

That’s all there it takes. Got any questions about clearing the Twitter app Cache in iOS? Drop them in the comments section below and we will be happy to help you out with the problem you may have.

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One thought on “Know how you can clear the Twitter app Cache in iOS

  • March 13, 2017 at 5:46 pm

    Good theory. But it doesn’t actually work!


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