I figured it was time for me to post a tutorial on deleting Twitter apps. Why? Because I care. Also, I’m super bored and the half dozen people I’m playing in Chess With Friends are taking hours to make their moves. I’m half convinced they’ve got a program calculating every possibility to help cheat.
So, the one thing we have going for us is revoking access on Twitter is a whole heck of a lot easier than on Facebook. Step one, obviously, is logging into your account. Once there, you want to click the arrow next to your name in the top right.
Next, click “Settings” to get to your settings. Did I even need to type that sentence?
I’m beginning to seriously question if this post is even needed, but we’re too far in at this point. Now that you’ve arrived at your settings, click the “Connections” tab.
Finally, hunt down those pesky applications you’ve granted access to and click “Revoke Access.” They should immediately turn grey.
So there ya have it. Hopefully this helps a few Hiffers out there in cleaning up their Twitter accounts and protecting their privacy while also still being able to get a few Twitter freebies.