How To Fix Tweetbot Failed To Contact Twitter On iPhone

By Govind

Since Elon Musk acquired Twitter, the entire world has been talking about Twitter. Many geeks are also using Tweetbot for Twitter. Sadly, those users are stuck a tweetbot failed to contact the Twitter issue as the tweetbot not working correctly.

The Google Trend of the last couple of hours is full of queries related to the tweetbot failed to contact the Twitter issue on iPhone and Android. Even many users are talking about the issue on social media platforms. As the numbers of users worldwide are talking about the issue, we tried to look into it and listed some working methods to fix tweetbot failed to contact twitter issue on iOS.

How To Fix Tweetbot Failed To Contact Twitter Issue

Method 1: Check the Internet Connection

The first and foremost thing you should try when you get stuck at the tweetbot failed to contact Twitter issue is to check for the connected Wifi or cellular network. You must ensure that your iPhone or other device is connected to the proper internet connection. Switch to the network and try again. Maybe it would work for you.

Method 2: Check For App Update

After Elon Musk bought Twitter, there has been many changes, including rules and regulations. Tweetbot App may also be updated with new rules and regulations. So, you should on the App Store about the new Tweetbot App update.

Method 3: Check Server Status

Sometimes, when a higher number of users worldwide tries to access and use Tweetbot at the same time, it may get stuck when tweetbot failed to contact Twitter. So, you can check on the Downdetector about the Twitter server status. If you see the Twitter server status is down globally, you should wait and try again.

Method 4: Check the Login Detail

When you enter any wrong letter or word in the Tweetbot login detail, you may also see the problem of tweetbot failed to contact the Twitter issue. Therefore, you need to check login credentials to ensure that Tweetbot works without issue.

Method 5: Re-install The App

Even after trying all the above methods, if you are struggling with the same issue, you can uninstall the Tweetbot app and install it again to clear unwanted junk files from the app and work through everything without any problem.


These were the five working methods that helped many users to get rid of the issue. Which way worked for you? Do you know any other working method? Could you share it with us in the comment box?

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By Govind
Being in love with the tech world, Govind joined the technology world in 2015 and started writing about tech stuff (mobile, PC, games, other gadgets). He loves playing games, travelling, photography and sharing the latest news & updates about every Apple products (iPhone, iPad, Mac, etc.).

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