If you would like Twitter to open links with your mobile web browser, here are the instructions on how to turn off the app's WebView.
How to disable Twitter in-app web browser?
The Twitter app makes use of an in-app web browser to open external links shared in tweets. Links are automatically displayed in their WebView, which unfortunately lacks the basic features of a regular web browser. To view the inks in your mobile browser (Chrome or Safari) follow these steps:
- Open the Twitter app and tap on the Ellipsis menu.
- Go to Settings > General > Use in-app browser.
- Clear the Open external links with Twitter browser checkbox:
What can't I open links on Twitter?
If you're having trouble with opening links on Twitter, please try the following steps: Clear your cache and cookies for your device's mobile browser (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, etc) by going to settings menu for your mobile browser. Then, turn your phone off for 5 minutes to reset the connection and restart it.
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