If You Have More Than One Twitter Account, There Is A Way To Use Them All On BlackBerry 10 With A Work Around

There are a lot of people out there who have more than one Twitter account. Personal accounts, groups, work etc etc. But how can you access and use them all on BlackBerry 10? There is a way to do it. A work around was made using an Android port as a short term solution.

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Follow the steps below:

1. You will need to sideload before you can do this, so go to this link here. It is the same process as the Playbook.

2. After you have that installed, download the Android version of Twitter that has been converted to work on BlackBerry 10 HERE.

3. From there, run DDPB and sideload it. Using previous instructions in the link above.

4. Once you open it follow the instructions from the Twitter help site

How to add an existing account:

Tap the Sign in button on the home screen.
Enter your username or and password.
If you have multiple Twitter accounts, once you are logged in to the app, you can add another account by going to the Me tab and tap on the person icon under your Tweet count or via Settings.

Switching accounts

If you have multiple accounts added to the app, you can switch by pressing the Switch Account button. You can also do this by pressing the menu button on your device from the home timeline and tapping Accounts.
If you have more than two accounts added to your phone, you will now notice a person icon under your Tweet count on the Me tab.



A work around isn’t going to be the best way to do it, but at least there is a way. Hopefully in the near future there will be a Twitter app that can accomplish this without any extra steps. Twitter will show up in the notifications in the Hub but not under Twitter using the multiple accounts.