If you’re a Twitterati who spends quite some time playing around with 140 characters, you’re probably familiar with the blue checkmark. The Twitter verified checkmark is most reserved for “accounts of public interest” according to Twitter, but now everyone can apply to verify Twitter account on Android.Regardless of whether you’re a celebrity or an internet sensation, you can fill up an online application to verify Twitter account on Android. To help you gain the verified status and flaunt your blue checkmark on Twitter, here is a quick guide to get you started.

Verify Twitter account on Android

Twitter has created a dedicated official verification page to accept all the applications from its users. Simply open the official Twitter verification page in the Google Chrome app on your Android device to get started.verify Twitter account on AndroidUse your Twitter credentials to sign in to your account that you want to get verified. Make sure you quickly go through the details enlisted on the Twitter verification page and tap on “Continue”. The next page will enable you to verify Twitter account on Android, so simply enter your Twitter handle into the given space and press next.In order for Twitter to verify your account, enter between 2 to 5 website URL in the spaces given below on the page. Twitter will then ask you to explain in 500 characters, why they should give you the verified account status. Once you are satisfied with your entries, tap on “Next” and hit “Submit” to send out your Twitter verification form.verify Twitter account on AndroidTwitter will reply back to you on your registered email address to confirm whether your account has been verified or not. In case the account verification request is rejected, you will have to wait 30 days before you can apply to verify Twitter account on Android again.
Source: AndroidCentral

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