Twitter has finally released the option to sign up and/or login to the app using your Google or Apple account information - a feature that has been in the works for a while now.
You won't have to type your password each time you access Twitter because of this option, as it will use your device information, making it simpler to use Twitter as a result.
Users must first update their Twitter accounts to the most recent version before they can use the new feature. You must then log out of the app completely (including all connected accounts), and then log back in using the new Google and Apple sign-in options.
Your Google/Apple credentials will be linked to your Twitter profile once you've used either. Its only constraint is that each account must use the same email address as your Twitter account to verify that the information is consistent.
It could be a useful alternative for speeding the Twitter login process and lowering the number of passwords you have to enter in. This can be extremely beneficial, particularly with the lengthy series of numbers, text, and symbols that you should know to maintain maximum security.
All users will be able to use the feature starting this week, and web sign-in with Apple ID will be available soon.