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How to change the font on Twitter?

While smartphone screen sizes have been increasing over the past few years, they can only get so big and if you’re having issues with your eyesight and reading small fonts is a problem for you even with visual aid or you just don’t like the strain long prolonged reading of text in small font can bring, Twitter offers an easy way to change the font size.

Here we discuss how you can change the font size on Twitter’s app for iOS and on Twitter’s website for PC. The following guides won’t work on Twitter’s app for Android, though you can play around with your Android device’s accessibility settings to get a similar result.

Also read: How to log out of Twitter on iOS and Android?

How to change the font on the Twitter app for iOS?

Open the Twitter app on your iPhone or iPad and follow the steps mentioned below to change the font size on Twitter.

How to change the font on Twitter? | Candid.Technology
  • Tap on the hamburger (three horizontal bars) menu icon at the top-left corner of the screen; on your homepage, explore tab and notifications page.
  • Scroll down to the bottom of the menu that appears to the left and tap on Settings and privacy.
  • On the next page, tap on Display and sound option under General.
  • On the next page, you’ll see a slider under Display. To increase the font size on your Twitter app, slide the round white button it towards the right and to decrease the font size, slide it towards the left.

A preview image of how the tweets will look with the currently selected font size on the slider is updated above as you slide.

Also read: How to create a poll on Twitter?

How to change the font on the Twitter website on PC?

Login to your account on Twitter.com and follow the steps mentioned below to change the font size.

Step 1: From the options on the left side of the screen on your homepage, select More.

How to change the font on Twitter? | Candid.Technology

Step 2: From the menu list, click on Display.

How to change the font on Twitter? | Candid.Technology

Step 3: On the Customize your view window, you’ll see a slider under Font size. To increase the font size Twitter, slide the indicator towards the right and to decrease the font size, slide it towards the left. Once you’ve set the preferred font size, click on the Done button at the bottom of the window.

How to change the font on Twitter? | Candid.Technology

A preview image of how the tweets will look with the currently selected font size on the slider is updated above as you slide.

Also read: How to change the language on Twitter?

Alternative method to change the font size on PC

If for some reason, you can’t seem to locate the Display option on the menu in Step 2 above, follow the steps mentioned below to change the Twitter font on PC.

Step 1: From the options on the left side of the screen on your homepage, select More.

How to change the font on Twitter? | Candid.Technology

Step 2: From the menu list, click on Settings and privacy.

How to change the font on Twitter? | Candid.Technology

Step 3: On the next page, click on Display and sound option under General. To the right, you’ll find the slider under Font size.

How to change the font on Twitter? | Candid.Technology

To increase the font size Twitter, slide the indicator towards the right and to decrease the font size, slide it towards the left. As mentioned above, a preview image of how the tweets will look with the currently selected font size on the slider is updated above as you slide.

These changes will be made to all accounts in your browser.

Also read: How to schedule tweets on Twitter?

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