You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
Tweeticide - Delete All Tweets

Tweeticide allows you to delete all of your tweets at once

Tweeticide allows you to delete all of your tweets at once

Tweeticide - Delete All Tweets

by Sepia Software LLC
Tweeticide - Delete All Tweets
Tweeticide - Delete All Tweets
Tweeticide - Delete All Tweets

What is it about?

Tweeticide allows you to delete all of your tweets at once.

Tweeticide - Delete All Tweets

App Details

Version
1.6.0
Rating
(199)
Size
13Mb
Genre
Social Networking Utilities
Last updated
September 18, 2017
Release date
February 20, 2012
More info

Tweeticide is $2.99 but there are more add-ons

  • $0.99

    Unlock Save Tweets

App Screenshots

Tweeticide - Delete All Tweets screenshot-0
Tweeticide - Delete All Tweets screenshot-1
Tweeticide - Delete All Tweets screenshot-2
Tweeticide - Delete All Tweets screenshot-3

App Store Description

Tweeticide allows you to delete all of your tweets at once.

Have you ever wanted to clean out your Twitter account of old tweets?

Have hundreds or even thousands of Tweets and need a way to delete them all at once?

Tweeticide quickly, and securely removes all of your Tweets from your existing Twitter account, allowing you to start over from scratch.

Note: Twitter only displays your last 3,200 Tweets, older Tweets are not visible by you or anyone viewing your account. After Tweeticide deletes this maximum your timeline will be empty, thus displaying no Tweets to those viewing your account.

No need to create a new Twitter account, now you can keep the same screen name but wipe out your tweets!

- Keep your screen name
- Keep all of your followers
- Keep all of your direct messages
- Nuke all of your tweets!

Did you know that the Library of Congress archives all undeleted tweets that are 24 weeks or older? It will then be stored forever!
http://1.usa.gov/yGw3DO

Regular use of Tweeticide before the 24 week mark will prevent the archive!

If you’re ready to start over again from scratch, it's time to commit Tweeticide!