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How to fix Twitter app that keeps crashing, not loading properly on Apple iPhone XS

When it comes to social media apps, Twitter is emerging as one of the most popular and widely used platforms for Android and iOS smartphones. And because it’s a trusty app, many smartphone owners have Twitter installed on their respective devices. Nevertheless, Twitter app is also not totally free of flaws. The fact that it’s an online application makes it vulnerable to random issues from network errors or server downtimes.

On the brighter note, such problems are rectifiable by some workarounds. In case you would bump into a problem with Twitter app that’s not loading properly or keeps crashing on our iPhone XS, this post highlights a few helpful workarounds you can try on. Read on for more detailed solutions.

If you have other problems however, visit our troubleshooting page as we’ve already addressed some of the most common issues with this device. Browse through the page to find issues that are similar with yours and feel free to use the solutions we suggested. If you still need our help, fill up our questionnaire and hit submit to contact us.

How to troubleshoot iPhone XS with Twitter app that keeps crashing

Before you begin troubleshooting, check and ensure that your iPhone has stable Internet connection. If the Internet isn’t stable or intermittent, then that’s likely the cause of the problem and therefore needs to be fixed for Twitter and other online apps to work properly on your device. If the Internet is working just fine but Twitter is not, then you can try the following solutions. Don’t forget to test the app after applying each solution to determine if the problem is solved or not.

First solution: Quit the app then restart your iPhone XS.

If this is the first time Twitter is acting up, then it’s probably just a random glitch like what any other apps experience from time to time. To solve this problem, simply quit the app and then restart it. To clear out corrupted memory cache from the possible triggers, restarting the phone (soft reset) is recommended. So here’s what you can try doing first:

  1. From the Home screen, swipe your finger up and then pause.
  2. Swipe right or left to navigate through apps preview.
  3. Then swipe up on an app preview to close apps individually.

Follow the same steps to end the rest of your background apps until all apps cleared. After clearing all background apps, clear all junk files from the internal memory by performing a soft reset. To soft reset your iPhone XR, follow these steps:

  1. Press and hold the Side/Power button and either Volume buttons simultaneously for a few seconds.
  2. Release the buttons when the Slide to Power Off command appears.
  3. Drag the power off slider to the right.
  4. After 30 seconds, press and hold the Power /Side button again until the phone reboots.

Launch Twitter after your phone boots up and then see if the problem is gone. If not, then move on to the next applicable solution.

Second solution: Update Twitter and other apps on your iPhone XS.

If you haven’t set Twitter app to auto-update, then chances are that there may be some important updates for that app that you failed to install and that could be the main reason why your Twitter app is acting up. In that case, you can manually check for and install pending updates for Twitter and other apps on your iPhone XS. Here’s how:

  1. Tap to open the App Store from your Home screen.
  2. Scroll down to and then tap the Updates section. A list of apps with pending updates then shows up.
  3. Find Twitter app and then tap the Update button next to it.
  4. If multiple app updates are available, tap the Update All button on the upper-right side of the screen.

Your phone must be connected to the Internet for you to be able to update apps. Once all app updates are completely installed, reboot your iPhone XS to apply the recent app changes and to refresh related systems and services. Then retry launching Twitter and see if it’s already working properly.

Third solution: Delete Twitter app then reinstall it.

If the Twitter app is still not loading properly or keeps crashing after applying the previous methods, then try reinstalling the app. This should help if the app has been totally corrupted and no longer functional. To get started, you will need to delete the problematic app from your device first and then download and install the latest version from the App Store. Here’s how:

  1. From the Home screen, tap and hold on an app icon until the icons start jiggling.
  2. Tap the X on the Twitter app icon.
  3. Read the warning prompt, and then select Delete to confirm deletion of the app.
  4. Reboot your iPhone XS (soft reset) after deleting Twitter app.
  5. Then open the App Store.
  6. Search for and select Twitter app from the App Store search results.
  7. Tap the Cloud icon or Get button to download and reinstall the app on your iPhone.

Reboot your phone after successfully installing Twitter, then launch the recently installed app to see if it’s already able to load and no longer crashing.

Fourth solution: Reset network settings on your iPhone XS.

The above procedures should already suffice if the problem is attributed to an error from within the application itself. But if Twitter is still showing the same symptoms even after reinstalling it, then this could be a problem on the phone system that might have affected Twitter app’s operation. Should this be a network-related issue on the phone, then resetting the network settings can help fix it. Here’s how it’s done:

  1. Tap to open the Settings app from the Home screen.
  2. Tap General.
  3. Scroll to and tap Reset.
  4. Select Reset Network Settings option.
  5. If prompted, enter your device passcode to continue.
  6. Then tap the option to confirm network settings reset.

Your phone should reboot automatically when the reset is finished. After it boots up, set up your Wi-Fi network and reconnect to the Internet. Once connected, launch Twitter then see how it works.

Fifth solution: Reset all settings on your iPhone XS.

If performing a network settings reset still failed to offer positive results, then you can try resetting all settings on your iPhone. This will help clear out invalid settings or conflicts caused by customized settings on the phone. Unlike a factory reset, this reset won’t affect internal data saved in the phone memory so you won’t lose any personal information from the phone. Should you wish to give this reset a try, simply follow these steps:

  1. From the Home screen, tap on Settings.
  2. Tap General.
  3. Scroll down to and tap Reset.
  4. Select the option to Reset all settings.
  5. If prompted, enter your device passcode.
  6. Then tap the option to confirm all settings reset.

The phone will then start deleting all customized settings and then restores the default values and original configurations. After the reset, your phone should reboot. By then you can start enabling necessary features including Wi-Fi. Reconnect your phone to the Internet and then retry loading Twitter app.

Seek more help

Contact Twitter support or visit Twitter help page to report the problem and ask more help from the support team. There may be some advanced settings from within the app that needs to be configured to make Twitter load properly and become stable. In the meantime, you can use other alternative social media apps and then switch back to Twitter once it’s back up and running flawlessly again. Server issues are also among the factors to consider when dealing with online application. Should this be a random problem with the Twitter server, then that should be resolved in no time.

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