Unlike Facebook, here's how Twitter asks its users to enable ad tracking policy
Twitter is also opposing iOS 14.5's new feature, App Tracking Transparency, where they are asking for permission from the users to enable ad tracking.
Facebook and Instagram have been lashing out at Apple iOS features since its announcement. But Twitter chose a much polite way to request their users to enable ad tracking on iOS.
As MacRumor reported, after updating to 8.65, Twitter will send a pop notification to its users that read, "keep ads relevant".
The whole notification stated, "Keep ads relevant to you by allowing Twitter to track data from other companies on this device, like apps you use and websites you visit."
Facebook and Instagram have been very vocal since Apple has announced this update. Now, mobile apps have to ask for the permission with the new iOS update to 14.5. Flurry Analytics said in a report that only 5% of iOS users in the US are allowed apps to track other apps.