How to See Private Twitter Account Followers

You need to follow the private account to be able to see the Tweets of a user. Until you follow their Twitter account, there is no way you can get access to their Tweets or check their recent Twitter activities. Now, it is up to the user whether they would like you to view their account and check their tweets. They may accept your request or decline it.

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Now, coming to the question “how can you see private Twitter followers”?

First things first, it is not possible to see followers of private Twitter account unless you follow the person.

To put it in simple terms, you are supposed to send the user a follow request and wait for them to approve it so that you can get access to their Tweets. This will also allow you to check their followers.

But what if you want to see followers of private Twitter account without following them.

In this situation, you can use Private Twitter Viewer by iStaunch to view followers and following of private Twitter accounts for free.

Sound’s good? Let’s get started.

How to See Private Twitter Account Followers

Method 1: Private Twitter Viewer by iStaunch

Private Twitter Viewer by iStaunch is a free online tool that lets you see followers of private Twitter account. You can also see protected tweets, photos, videos and following. Just enter the username in the tool and tap on the submit button.

Method 2: CrowdFire – Private Twitter Profile Checker

As there is no direct way to access a private Twitter account. You are going to have to use third-party tools to find protected tweets on Twitter if you are not already following the user. One such third-party app that’s not only genuine but offers you easy and quick access to someone’s protected tweets.

CrowdFire is a common private Twitter profile checker that gives you full access to someone’s private profile without charging anything. It also gives you details of your Twitter activities, such as people you follow, those who have blocked your Twitter account, and etc.

You are supposed to log into your Twitter account using the CrowdFire app to be able to use its features. Type the username of the Twitter profile you’d like to check in the search bar. There you go!

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Dharmesh Donda

iStaunch is written by Dharmesh Donda, an avid Internet geek, IT professional since 2012. Have been in IT industry for more than a decade, and currently doing management and consulting work have taken a plunge into entrepreneurship.

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