Revert to old Twitter bird logo with iOS feature

Revert to old Twitter bird logo with iOS feature

Rebranding Twitter: Adding Some Personality to Your iPhone Apps

Twitter Rebrand

To anyone who hasn’t been keeping up with the latest rebranding efforts by Twitter under the guidance of Elon Musk, the new black X logo might be a little puzzling. It doesn’t exactly exude “social media app” vibes. With its sleek and somewhat anonymous design, not to mention the universal symbol for “adults only,” the new logo could be mistaken for something more dubious than a platform for tweeting. But fear not, Twitter enthusiasts, if you’re an iPhone owner, Apple has got your back and allows you to customize the look of all your apps since 2018.

Let’s dive into your settings and learn how to replace that somewhat bleak black X logo with the familiar old blue Twitter bird. And guess what? You can use these steps to personalize any app on your iPhone. So go ahead and unleash your creativity!

First, open your settings app on your iPhone, and scroll down until you find the “App Store” section. Tap on it to continue. Within the “App Store” settings, you’ll find an option called “App Icon.” Tap on it, and you’ll see a list of available icons for the app you’re customizing.

Now, you might be thinking, “What should I replace this black X with?” Well, the options are endless, and it’s entirely up to you. Some people have chosen to go for a more lighthearted approach, while others prefer something with an edge. I, for instance, opted for a meme featuring a tiny screaming bird labeled “The Hellsite.” It reminds me of how my brain feels every time I open Twitter. But hey, if that’s not your style, feel free to choose something that resonates with you.

This customization doesn’t just apply to Twitter. You can use this same method to transform any app on your iPhone. If you’re tired of seeing the same old app icons day in and day out, why not make a change? Personalizing your apps can give your iPhone a unique, whimsical touch and reflect your individuality.

Unfortunately, there’s not much we can do about Elon Musk’s peculiar obsession with the X symbol, but at least on our own devices, we have the power to add a little personality. So go ahead, let your imagination run wild, and make your iPhone truly yours.

In conclusion, Twitter’s recent rebranding efforts might have left some users scratching their heads, but with Apple’s customization option, iPhone owners can easily change the app icons to suit their tastes. Whether you want to replace the black X of the Twitter app with the old blue bird or any other image that brings a smile to your face, the choice is yours. Embrace your creativity and make your iPhone a reflection of your unique personality. Happy customizing!