Twitter seeks to make it easier to create and sign in to an account and launch support for Sign in with Apple, presumably a few weeks ago. Joining an Apple service is a function of signing in with a Google ID, as well as creating and logging into a classic account.
When you create an account using Sign in with Apple, you can choose to share or hide your Apple ID email address; However, additional information must be provided to the social network, such as name, date of birth, account verification phone number and password.
Twitter promises that it will soon be possible to connect from the web thanks to this same functionality. The Connect to Apple button (yet) is not present in the macOS and Android apps. social network specific Furthermore, it is possible to associate an existing Twitter account with an Apple ID, as long as the email address of the Apple ID is also a Twitter account (but that’s too much…).
Separation of accounts created with Connect to Apple is only available on the web … although the button does not exist yet (this function is in development course on iOS and Android). In short, it floats here like a little fragrance for an outdoor construction site.
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