How to Download Twitter Videos & GIFs to iPhone
Do you know how to download Twitter video on iPhone? Well, according to HootSuite that people watch 2 billion videos on Twitter per day. And of course, you are one of them. People are interested in saving Twitter videos or GIFs to share them across social media platforms or even to watch them again offline. Below I will show you how to download and save Twitter videos on your iPhone in a few simple steps, let’s go.
- iPhone 12 (12 Pro Max, 12 Pro, mini)
- iPhone SE (2nd generation)
- iPhone 11 (11 Pro, 11 Pro Max)
- iPhone XS (XS Max)
- iPhone XR
- iPhone X
- iPhone 8 (8 Plus)
- iPhone 7 (7 Plus)
- iPhone 6s (6s Plus)
- Any iPad running iOS 13 or later
How to download Twitter videos & GIFs on your iPhone Photos app
Your iPhone or iPad must run iOS 13 or later. You can simply check your device iOS version by tapping Settings > General > About > Software version
Save Video or GIF on iPhone
Step 1: Open your Twitter app, then go to the video you are interested in and tap the “Share” icon then “Copy Link”. Now the video link has been saved to your clipboard.
Now open the Twitter Video Downloader
service, then paste the link into the text area as shown in below screenshot then tap the “Download” button. Now our engine will fetch all the available versions of your video (low quality, medium quality, and high definition HD).
Tap & hold the “Download
” button in front of the video version you prefer, then choose “Download Linked File
” to start downloading the video.
The download progress for your video will appear on the top right of your Safari browser. Tap this icon, then the downloaded video.
After downloading the video and in order to save the video to the iPhone photos app, tap the share icon, and finally choose “Save Video
Save TW Keeper as an app on your iPhone
To make downloading videos and GIFs smoother, you can save TWKeeper as an app on your iPhone in order to jump directly to the Twitter video download service. Here’s how:
Step 1: From your Safari app, open TWKeeper, then tap the “Share” icon.
Choose “Add to Home Screen
”, then rename the app to be “TWKeeper” the click on “Add”.
Now you can use our Twitter video download service directly from the home screen icon, as shown below.