There have been several complaints from users of logging out of their Twitter accounts from Android apps and some third part accounts like TweetDeck. Users who tried to log into Twitter were met with an error message and were not be able to get access to their account, GeekWire reported.

TweetDeck users reported that all their tweets show as 365 days old. On social networking site Reddit, several users wrote they could not log in and some thought that their account had been hacked.

Only Apple iOS devices were working fine for logging into Twitter. According to Twitter, "some users are currently having trouble signing in to twitter. Our engineers are currently working to resolve this".

iPhone to help you track your tweets

A new feature in Twitter's iPhone app can find how many people are reading your tweets, retweeting or clicking on a link you posted.

"You need to sign in to the Twitter analytics page with your account so that the company can start collecting the mobile analytics data," said Ian Chan, a software engineering manager at Twitter.

Make sure you have upgraded your Twitter iPhone app to the latest version. Open the app, and tap any tweet you have posted, CNET reported.

At the bottom of the tweet, you will see a link that says "View Analytics Details". Now tap that link.

In response, Twitter shows you the analytics for that specific tweet. The total impressions displays the number of times people saw your tweet, while the total engagements reveals the number of people who actually retweeted or favorited your tweet.

Scroll down further, and you will find specific percentages for the engagement data. The mobile analytics data is available on iOS operating devices at the moment.