|Tweaks for Twitter Support|
Slack: Join the support Slack
Blog: Company News
Updates RSS: https://underpassapp.com/updates.rss
Privacy: According to Safari, Tweaks for Twitter "Can read and alter sensitive information on webpages, including passwords, phone numbers, and credit cards, and see your browsing history on
Refunds: Apple can grant refunds for App Store purchases on request. App Store developers do not have the power to grant refunds, only Apple has that power. For instructions on how to request a refund, please see Apple's support article Request a refund for an App Store or iTunes Store purchase.
System Requirements: Tweaks for Twitter in the Mac App Store is compatible with macOS 13 Ventura, 12 Monterey, 11 Big Sur, 10.15 Catalina, and 10.14 Monterey. Tweaks for Twitter is compatible with both Intel and Apple Silicon Macs.
Tweaks for Twitter Mobile in the iOS App Store is compatible with iOS and iPadOS versions 16 and 15.
Safari for iOS: See the guide for iOS and iPadOS to enable the extension in Safari.
Safari for macOS: See the guide for macOS to enable the extension in Safari.
Safari Technology Preview: Tweaks for Twitter is fully compatible with Safari Technology Preview. However, enabling Tweaks for Twitter in Safari does not automatically enable it in Safari Technology Preview, so you'll need to enable Tweaks for Twitter separately in Safari Technology Preview.
Google Chrome and Chromium browsers: See the guide to enable the extension in Google Chrome and other Chromium browsers.
Preferences: See the explanation of the Tweaks for Twitter preferences.
If Tweaks for Twitter is missing in Safari Extensions Preferences on macOS, this may be a macOS bug with Launch Services. To restore the extension: quit Safari, copy the following command, and paste it into the Terminal app (located in the Utilities subfolder of the Applications folder):
/System/Library/Frameworks/CoreServices.framework/Frameworks/LaunchServices.framework/Support/lsregister -f -R /Applications/Safari.app
Google Chrome extension manifest version 2 is deprecated. Tweaks has adopted Chrome manifest version 3, so you can now update.
If you have 3 or more Twitter accounts, the preference "Hide bottom bar when logged out" might break the account switcher.
Changing the preference "Disable Chirp font" requires reloading the page before it takes effect.
Changing any preference in Safari 14 (macOS 10.14 Mojave) requires reloading the page before it takes effect.
Hide "Explore" in sidebar: On iPad in portrait mode, the Explore button becomes the Search button. Rotate to landscape mode to access the Search Twitter field.
Sometimes short horizontal lines appear in your timeline. These are leftover after Tweaks removes larger elements.
"Discover new Lists" is not removed from your Lists page.
https://t.co/ URLs with the real unshortened URLs does not work in Twitter cards or user profiles. Unfortunately there's no solution to this issue, because the real URL is not available anywhere on the page. However, see my apps Link Unshortener and StopTheMadness for a privacy-preserving workaround.
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