How to clear Twitter cache on iPhone and iPad

Your iPhone caches all of the media files you find on Twitter. This is done so that these files will load more quickly the next time. However, you might think about deleting the Twitter app’s cached files if you are running low on storage space and don’t want to do so. Learn how to delete Twitter cache on iPhone and iPad by continuing to read.

How to clear web and media storage in Twitter on iPhone or iPad

  1. Open the Twitter app on your iPhone. 
  2. Tap your Profile Picture at the top left corner.
  3. Tap the Settings and Support drop-down menu → select Settings and privacy.

    Select Settings and privacy in Twitter on iPhone
  4. Navigate to Accessibility, display, and languages
  5. Select Data usage
  6. Scroll down to Storage. Here, you will find two options:
    • Media storage: Accounts for the storage space taken up by media files like images, gifs, etc.
    • Web storage: Accounts for the storage space taken up by web data like website cookies, saved login details, etc.
  7. Select the Media storage option.

    Tap on Media storage in Twitter on iPhone
  8. Tap Clear media storage twice to confirm your selection.
    Now, you’ll be redirected to Data usage page.

    Clear media storage in Twitter on iPhone
  9. Then select the Web storage option. 
  10. Tap Clear all web storage twice to confirm your selection.

    Clear all web storage in Twitter on iPhone

You have successfully freed up storage by deleting cached Twitter files.

There is a way to dump unused apps from iPhone and iPad while we’re talking about strategies to free up space on iPhone. However, if you are out of storage, it might not be the greatest option. An app’s documents and data are not removed when it is offloaded. Making ensuring your iPhone has enough storage is more of a precaution.

Clear Twitter cache periodically!

You should think about emptying the cache from all apps that support it, not just the Twitter app, if you have an older iPhone with less capacity. The apps will act a little sluggish once you do that because it will take longer for them to load files, but you will have more space.

For more storage, you may want to consider upgrading to iCloud+. All of these are temporary fixes for storage space problems. You’ll eventually need to upgrade to a newer iPhone, which will lessen latency and enhance jitter-free operation.

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