Twitter Beta to Allow Users Log In Via Google Account – Twitter will soon allow Android users to sign in/login via a Google account to access the social platform on Android smartphones. The Android version of Twitter beta now allows individuals to log in to their Twitter account using Google sign-in feature. For individuals enrolled in the Twitter Beta platform through the Google Play Store, the option to sign in using a Google account is now available in Twitter version 9.3.0-beta.04.
Twitter’s Google Account sign-in is long overdue, and the social site is also working on Apple Account sign-in for folks on the iOS. Essentially, this allows you to log in or create an account using your existing credentials avoiding the need to fill in general information such as your name and email address, as well as the necessity for a password.
If you don’t already have a Twitter account, you can use the Google sign-in option to create one. The handle will be provided at random, but you can change it later. You should be able to sign on with a Twitter handle that is already tied to a Google account, as long as that email is already logged in on the Android device.
Unfortunately, there does not appear to be a way to link an existing account to a Google Account, though you may be able to use the new sign-in method by changing your email address on an existing account. If you try to sign in using a Google Account that hasn’t been linked to a Twitter account before, you’ll get a new, randomly created handle. With that in mind, if you wish to test linking an existing account before trying to log in using this new option, we recommend being careful.
In case, the Twitter beta user can’t log in using their Google Account, then simply log out from the account, then head towards Settings – Apps – Twitter Beta – Clear storage, and re-launch the app.
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