Install Twitter++ on iPhone, iPod, iPad without Jailbreak

Twitter ++ installation guide on iPhone, iPod and iPad. Install the modified and enhanced version of Twitter without Jailbreak in a few steps with our help

How to install Twitter++ on iPhone, iPod, iPad

Twitter ++


In today’s guide we are going to see how to download and install the Twitter++ program on iPhone, iPod and iPad without Jailbreak.

Thanks to our instructions you will be able to maximize Twitter on your Apple device even if you are not an expert usereven if you have not done the Jailbreak and without voiding the warranty of your device.

In short, you will need a few simple steps to push Twitter on iPhone, iPod and iPad to the maximum and add an avalanche of features not present in the original app that you download from the App Store.

Still don’t know Twitter++? No problem, I’ll explain what it offers and what changes compared to the original version of Twitter.

What does Twitter ++ offer?

Compared to the original version, with Twitter++ you can:

  • share links from Twitter from a tweet by long-pressing on them
  • share images from Twitter by long-pressing on them
  • share tweets from Twitter directly, without going through third-party apps
  • save and download GIF and Vine from Twitter on iPhone, iPod, iPad
  • save and download photos and videos from Twitter to iPhone, iPod, iPad
  • directly share messages from Twitter to iOS
  • directly download YouTube videos from Twitter
  • ability to use lists to better organize and use Twitter

and so much more.

Now do you understand how powerful Twitter ++ is? Have you seen how many features it offers? So what are you waiting for to download and install Twitter ++ now?

Obviously it is not found on the App Store, but below I explain the easiest and fastest way to have it immediately on your iPhone, iPod and iPad.

Do you need Jailbreak to install Twitter ++?

No, it is not necessary. You can install the app even if you’ve never done it and don’t want to jailbreak.

How to download and install Twitter++?

Here are the simple steps to follow to install the app:

NOTE: Before proceeding, uninstall the original Twitter app. 

  • Open the Safari internet browser on your Apple device
  • Go HERE
  • Click on “Install Appcake” located at the bottom
  • A popup appears saying “” want to install “AppCake” > click on Install
  • Wait for the automatic download and installation of the program
  • Go to iOS Settings> General> Device Management
  • Click on Mahindra and Mahindra Limited> Authorize
  • Go back to the iOS app menu and look for Appcake
  • When the “Join Discord” message appears, ignore it by clicking on No Thanks
  • In the screen that opens, click on Verify
  • The message “The website is trying to download a configuration profile appears. Do you want to allow it?” > Allow
  • Wait for the “Profile downloaded” message to appear and close it
  • Go to iOS Settings > General> Device Management
  • Click on AppCake Verification  and then on Install
  • Go back to the iOS home and  start Appcake
  • From Appcake,  search for Twitter ++  and install it
  • When the download is complete, start Twitter ++
  • Log in with your data
  • Enjoy properly installed Twitter++ in a few steps and without Jailbreak

The only drawback: every now and then, in the upper part of Twitter ++, some advertising appears that you can close in any case with a click. Nothing too annoying, right?

Before closing the article, here are the answers to some doubts that may arise on Twitter ++.

Does Twitter++ void the warranty?

No, it is a totally safe program, which you can uninstall in one click as you would any other program installed from the App Store (hold down on its icon and then click on the “X” that appears to remove it.

Is Twitter ++ safe?

Yes, it is a totally safe program. I have been using it for months and have never had any problems. Your Twitter login information is NOT shared with anyone or saved anywhere. They are sent directly to Twitter to log in.

Doubts, questions?

With this article on Twitter++ we have concluded.

For any doubt or question, do not hesitate to leave a comment at the end of the article, we will reply as soon as possible.

Have fun with Twitter++!

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