Twitter reactivated "tweet source label" feature in Dec 2018 : https://twitter.com/jack/status/1075896805882118144/photo/1
I was looking at advanced twitter search page because I needed to search for tweets posted by specific source. Also I found this description on twitter help without any details on how to use it in search: https://help.twitter.com/en/using-twitter/how-to-tweet#source-labels
Also a link to list of common third-party sources: https://partners.twitter.com/en/find-a-partner.html
Then I found Twitter search home page with a list of operators can be used in search including tweet source.
To search for tweets by specific source add
source: to your search keywords
news source:TwitterFeed Search for tweets containing
newsand entered via
To exclude source add
news -source:TwitterFeed Search for tweets containing
newsand not entered via
To reveal tweet source on desktop browser (web) add
m. in URL before
https://twitter.com/jack/status/1075896805882118144 > https://m.twitter.com/jack/status/1075896805882118144
I started testing & searching random tweets for sources :
source:"Twitter for iPhone"
source:iOS(used to capture all Tweets sent from within iOS7)
source:"Twitter for Android"
source:"Twitter for iPad"
source:"Twitter for Mac"
source:"Twitter for Windows Phone"
source:"Twitter Ads Composer"
source:web (the Twitter web)
source:"Twitter Web Client"
source:"Twitter Web App"
If you want to Analysis sources from one account you can use tools like:
If you are interested in manipulating the source you can use Tweepy API but this will required a twitter developer account.
I was able to use