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How to save Twitter videos on iPhone, Android and PC – USA TODAY

Sometimes the most interesting and rare clips are found on social media. Unlike some WhatsApp forwards, you probably want to save these videos. But saving videos from apps like Instagram and Twitter is not a straightforward process.
According to Statista, the number of Twitter users in the world hit close to 430 million in 2021. By 2025, the number is predicted to reach approximately 500 million users worldwide.
Twitter started its journey as a social networking site where users could post 140-character short posts called tweets. Now, it’s “a communication hub for pictures, videos, audio clips and more,” Business Insider reports.
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While Twitter made it easy to save photos with just a few taps, it’s a different story for videos and GIFs. Twitter doesn’t provide a built-in save button to download videos on its platform. While that’s a bummer, it’s not impossible to download videos from Twitter. With the use of third-party apps, users can save Twitter videos to their phones, computers and tablets.
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According to CNET, Apple users have the option of using Shortcuts to download Twitter videos to their iPhones or iPads.
To download Twitter videos on Android devices, there’s an app called Download Twitter Videos, according to CNET.
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She has been writing columns on consumer gadgets for over 2 years now. Her areas of interest include smartphones, tablets, mobile operating systems and apps. She holds an M.C.S. degree from Texas A&M University.