iOS TWTRComposer 3.0.3 requires user to login



The documentation appears to suggest that TWTRComposer does not require a logged in session, but the TWTRComposerViewController does.

Previous SDK versions 2.x.x did not require the user to login to twitter to compose a tweet when using TWTRComposer.

Is there a way to compose a tweet without asking the user to login?
This behaviour is also different to the Android SDK which does not require a logged in session.


I have the same problem.



The change is due to Apple’s dropping for System Accounts for Twitter. If the app already has logged in users, they won’t see a login pop up. If the app doesn’t have logged in users, there’s no way for Twitter to know what account to post Tweet from.