How to Save From Twitter

Using a Twitter GIF saver can be a very useful tool if you want to save any of your favorite Twitter GIFs for later. There are a couple of methods to do this, including using a bot, a tool called SaveTweetVid, and even using a tool called Pocket.


Besides sending messages, Twitter also lets users share photos and videos. But while Twitter does not give you a native way to save videos, you can use third-party apps to do the job for you. Here are a few apps you can use to download videos from Twitter.

SaveTweetVid is a free online tool for downloading videos from Twitter. It allows you to download videos, GIFs, and audio to your computer. You can also scan a QR code to download a video.

The iPhone App Store has an app called +Download that helps you save Twitter videos to your device for offline play. The app can save videos of varying quality and allows you to set the location of the file.

In order to use +Download you need to have Shortcuts installed on your device. You also need to enable the Untrusted Shortcuts option.

The first step is to locate a video you want to download. Then, you need to find a way to copy the URL.


Using GIFwrapped to save GIFs from Twitter can be a bit tricky. Twitter doesn’t allow users to save GIFs directly to their computers, so you have to use third-party services. Luckily, GIFwrapped makes the process simpler.

Once you have saved your GIF, you can use GIFwrapped to share it with other users. You can copy and paste the link or URL from the tweet, or tap and hold the GIF you’d like to save.

You can also save GIFs to your Photos library. However, you can only do this if you have an account that allows you to do this. If you don’t have an account, you will need to sign up for one.

You can also use GIFwrapped to share GIFs with other Twitter users. GIFwrapped has a search function, which makes it easy to find GIFs quickly. You can also customize GIFs by changing the name, size, and speed. You can also long-tap GIFs to open the Share sheet.


Using the Pocket app, you can save your favorite tweets and articles for later use. They also let you tag and sort your articles by date and tag, a clever way to save time. The Pocket app also syncs with Facebook, Flipboard, and Buffer.

Aside from the usual sharing functions, the Pocket app also lets you save links by right-clicking on them. In the case of tweets, you can even snooze them for later viewing. The Pocket app has a clean and functional interface that you can get used to. The Pocket app is available for both Android and iOS.

The Pocket app is also worth mentioning for its list of “Best of the Web” articles. It’s not as comprehensive as a web browser, but it’s an excellent way to save and retrieve articles. The Pocket app also allows you to save articles on a separate server. It’s also one of the few apps that lets you save HTML code.

Using a bot as a Twitter GIF saver

Using a bot as a Twitter GIF saver is useful for some situations. For instance, you might find an interesting GIF on Twitter and wish to save it for future use. Using a Twitter GIF saver allows you to do this without a lot of hassle. However, there are a few steps involved.

The first step involves replying to a tweet that contains a GIF. When you do, mention the bot. This allows it to retrieve the media URL and give you a download link.

Afterward, you can follow the instructions on the bot’s page to download the GIF. It will take some time. For example, some GIFs may not be available the next day.

The next step involves converting the GIF. This is usually done with a browser tool. You can also use an app. For example, the “TwitterMedia” tool. This tool is a browser plugin that lets you view and share media, such as GIFs, in a more convenient format.