If you are a Twitter user (like me), then I’m sure you must have gotten along with the amazing content on the platform (like News, Tech, Businesses, CEOs, Celebrities, Influencers, and a lot more). And in no time it becomes part of our daily routine, but things get unpleasant when we are running on slow internet speeds (which might ruin your overall Twitter experience). So today I’ll be sharing few ways by which you can enjoy your Twitter on slow internet speeds.
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3 ways to use Twitter on Slow Internet Speeds
1. Enable Twitter Data Saver
If you’re using the default Twitter App or web version, then you always have an option to enable the Built-in Data Saver. Data Saver stops videos from playing automatically, and images load in lower quality. You can follow these steps to Enable the built-in Data Saver.
Steps to Enable Twitter Data Saver (Android & iOS):
Note: If you still want to zoom and pixel peep on a High-Quality image, then you can always tap on the 3 dots (top right) and load the image in High Quality.
Steps to Enable Twitter Data Saver (Web Client)
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2. Use Twitter Lite
If you are using Twitter on a year-old phone, with not so impressive specs. Then I’ll recommend you to use the Twitter Lite app. This app is just 1.1MB in size and comes with more or fewer features like Messages, Explore, and even Dark Mode (except the recently introduced Fleets). The Lite app is optimized for 2G and 3G network, it also comes with Data Saver as well.
3. Use Data-Efficient Browsers
If you don’t want to install a dedicated Twitter App, but still want to use Twitter, that too without depleting your Mobile Data (or you are running on really slow speeds). Then you can log in to your Twitter Account, on some Data-Efficient Browsers like Opera Mini, which comes with a built-in Data Saver. Or you can also enable Lite Mode on Google Chrome.
With these 3 simple tips, you can enjoy your Twitter experience without worrying about exhausting your Data or slow internet speeds.
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