Twitter to Track Your Apps to Help More [customized & personalized experience]

Twitter Tracking App

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Twitter has appear with a new idea in order to support you build a more customized & personalized experience for ad watching on the social networking website. The company has reported that it is collecting the list of apps you add on your device to get a hint about your turn-ons. You can quit the company from collecting a piece of details about your apps if you aren’t interested to see custom-made ads based on your application usage pattern.

Twitter adds on its Support page that anybody who’s already opted out of interest-based ads by turning on “Limit ad tracking”  on iOS or “Opt out of interest-based ads,” on Android, the company will simply not collect any apps at all until you upgrade the settings.

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The company has more clarified that it is only collecting the list of applications the users install and not the information within those apps.

If the idea of Twitter seeing about your app library leaves you experience a little exposed, you might like to know that developers have basically long been able to gather many bits of information about the apps you run.

To eradicate the misunderstandings for the users how they’ll get to know about the feature being turned on, the company will inform it by presenting the respective prompt, to allow tailor your details and Twitter uses the apps on your device”. If you’re not seeing this, it indicates the feature has still not been activated on your device.
To adjust the settings that allows Twitter to collect your list of apps on your phone, just follow the step by step procedure.

Using Twitter for Android:

Step 1. Tap the overflow icon -> Tap Settings.
Step 2. Tap the account you’d like to adjust.
Step 3. Under Other, you can adjust the setting to Tailor Twitter based on my apps.

Using Twitter for iOS:

Step 1. From the Me tab, tap the gear icon -> Tap Settings.
Step 2. Tap the account you’d like to adjust.
Step 3. Under Privacy, you can adjust the setting to Tailor Twitter based on my apps.

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