It seems to depend on how bugged the installation process actually is when you attempt this fix.If i OS won’t let you delete the app from the Home screen, go to Settings Manage Storage, the select the app and tap on Delete.
It seems like it happens most often when you’re downloading apps in larger numbers, such as after restoring a device from a backup, or when you go on an app downloading spree, but honestly, it’s difficult to reproduce the problem, and that’s probably why Apple hasn’t fixed it yet.
Whether you’re on an i Phone, i Pod touch, or i Pad, the problem can happen to you.
If you’re having issues with the Twitter app on your i Phone, i Pad or i Pod Touch device, these troubleshooting tips should help.
For the best experience using the Twitter for i OS app, consider upgrading your i OS device to the latest operating system (OS).
Restart your device: Turning your device off and on again can force quit a buggy installation and force it to restart itself. It seems like a funky fix, but according to many of the people who were having the same problem, it worked for them.
In some cases, the installation may disappear completely and you’ll have to re-download it from the App Store again for the installation to initiate. The i Tunes method: This method has actually worked for me in the past, but it’s a lot more work than most people are willing to put into solving a problem.
If your device is still using i OS 7 or lower, your Twitter app may not update to more recent versions.
If you’re having trouble installing the latest Twitter for i OS app, check to see how much space is available on your phone.
Uninstall and reinstall the app: If the above troubleshooting steps didn't resolve your issue, you can try deleting and reinstalling the app on your device.
If you’ve enabled login verification on your account, be sure to store a backup code before uninstalling the app.
In this piece, we’ll talk about what you can do to rectify the situation of apps getting stuck in the infinite “Installing…” limbo.