I sometimes let my kid (6 years old) use my IPhone 4s (iOS 6.1.3) to play angry birds. Lately friends have been telling me that I tweet silly angry-bird tweets.
It seems that the Angry Birds application uses iOS integration to tweet in my name, and makes it very easy for my son to make those tweets.
I would like to block this application from sending tweets in my name, but I would rather not log out entirely from twitter on my IPhone.
All I could find on the matter is here, which claims that I would need to revoke access to the entire iOS integration:
Note: Though you will see other specific apps like Twitter for iPhone or Camera for iOS listed in your active connections, you cannot revoke access to these individual apps; you have to revoke the entire iOS integration
That doesn't sound right - by allowing one app to integrate with twitter, I allow any app to do so? Is there no another way?