Here’s how to download Twitter videos to your phone


The first step to downloading Twitter videos to your iPhone is to get an app that lets you do it. One of the methods you can use is using the Apple application called Shortcuts by Apple. To download, go to the App Store on your phone and search for “Shortcuts by Apple”.

This app is free and should install in seconds. Once installed, head to your iPhone or iPad settings, scroll down to the Shortcuts app settings, tap it and toggle “Allow untrusted shortcuts” to the “on” position. “. REMARK: If you’re using iOS 15 or later, this trick won’t work as well – but you can still give it a try!

At this point, it is also important to note that any action you take outside of the official Apple App Store is done on your own volition and at your own risk. If the word “Untrusted” wasn’t enough of a deterrent, you probably already know you’re about to take an action that could be dangerous to your phone — or outside the bounds of the law.

Once you allow “untrusted” shortcuts, open this iCloud link to install “Twitter Video Downloader” developed by unofficial third party.

Now open the Shortcuts app. You are ready to download Twitter videos to your iPhone or iPad. Here are the steps:

  • Tap “Get Shortcut”.

  • After reading the instructions, scroll down and tap “Add Untrusted Shortcut”.

  • Open the Twitter app on your iPhone or iPad and visit the Twitter video you want to download.

  • Press the “Share” button and select Twitter Video Downloader.

This will prompt the Shortcuts app to open. You will then be asked if you want to download the video in low, medium or high quality. The higher the quality, the longer the download may take and the more space it will take up on your iPhone or iPad’s memory. Once the download is complete, you’ll see the video in your Photos app.

If the shortcut setup described above doesn’t work, you’ll want to head below to “how to download Twitter videos to your computer” to see a few websites that should work just as well on your iPhone or iPad.


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