Twitter not updating on ipad sundating com

28-Apr-2019 19:30

Generally, I use Hoot Suite on my i Pad, but there are times that I need to use to perform tasks such as creating lists or just checking out people’s profiles from an email link.While the Twitter mobile site is significantly faster than the desktop view, I still prefer the standard view since it offers a lot more functionality. This morning, all I wanted to do was create a simple list of my tweeps located in Kansas City.in Firefox and hovered over the link in the standard desktop view.Yes…when you visit Twitter’s mobile view on a desktop, there is a link to switch between views. So…for all you lost souls who are stuck in the mobile view of Twitter on your i Pad, here is the magic process you can follow to switch to the desktop view. Twitter has blessed all of you with a new way to dress up your profile pages: Header Images.Yes, these are a lot like Facebook and Google cover photos, and the process for adding them is just as simple.If you have some ideas, just post your comment below to share with us.

Before do this, you should know all apps data will be deleted.

If you don’t want this happen, jump to the next tip.

If your i Phone now is working in i OS 9 or i OS 9.1/9.2/9.3, you can choose to update to i OS 9.3.5 or recently released i OS update (It was said that the new i OS 10 will be released in 7th of this September), which may contains some fixes to solve your”won’t update issue”.

Check the Update at the bottom of the post for details.

Also, if you’re trying to switch to the desktop view of Facebook, be sure to check out this post.

Before do this, you should know all apps data will be deleted.

If you don’t want this happen, jump to the next tip.

If your i Phone now is working in i OS 9 or i OS 9.1/9.2/9.3, you can choose to update to i OS 9.3.5 or recently released i OS update (It was said that the new i OS 10 will be released in 7th of this September), which may contains some fixes to solve your”won’t update issue”.

Check the Update at the bottom of the post for details.

Also, if you’re trying to switch to the desktop view of Facebook, be sure to check out this post.

First, take a look at your new Twitter Profile page. Select the "Me" option from the left-hand menu bar.