The sticker pack contains the TWiT logo (affectionately referred to as "the TWiT bug"), the logos for some of TWiT's shows, and artwork of some of the TWiT hosts. Use these stickers inside the iOS Messages app.

What is TWiT?

The Netcast Network with Leo Laporte features the top ranked technology podcast This Week in Tech, along with more than a dozen other top-ranked online shows. Since 2005, our shows have provided news, commentary, help, how-to and perspective on the latest trends in digital tech from seasoned experts and journalists. Leo hosts and produces many of the shows, but as the network expands new hosts and participants are added.

You can learn more about our shows at

What's New

Version 1.2

• Added show logos for Know How, MacBreak Weekly, The Tech Guy, This Week in Computer Hardware, and TWiT's newest show Tech News Weekly.
• Removed logos for two retired shows.
• Updated screenshots for iOS 11 and iPhone X.
• Bug fixes and performance improvements. (Just kidding. These are stickers...but everyone adds that to their version notes.)

Ratings and Reviews

No way to delete this app


Never mind, I did research and figured it out.

Developer Response

I'm sorry you weren't able to figure out how to delete them, but that's not really the fault of this sticker app so we hope you'll revise your review.

To delete any sticker app, go into Messages, press the app icon next to the text box, press the four dots in the lower left to view all Messages apps, long-press on an icon, when they start to wiggle then you can click on the "X" to delete it.

Love these


My favorite sticker pack so far

Developer Response

In iOS 11, open the "Messages" app and go to where you'd type a message to someone. Tap the "iMessage" text entry field and you'll see a camera icon and an "A" app icon. Click the app icon. That will bring up an "App Store for iMessage" ad and icons at the bottom. Those icons are apps that work with in iMessages. If you scroll the list to the side and don't see the TWiT logo, click the "More" icon after scrolling to the far right. If you don't see TWiT in the list that comes up, try pressing "Edit" in the upper right to see if it's turned off. (If it's not in THIS list, then the stickers aren't installed.) Once you select the TWiT stickers at any point during this, you can tap a sticker to send it...or hold and drag one to place it on top of previous messages you or your friend have sent. The TWiT stickers work the same way as any other iOS stickers, so if you watch a tutorial for iOS stickers, it may visually demonstrate it better than I've tried to explain here. (I agree that the process could be more intuitive, but that's not something I can control via this app.)

Great app, great hosts


Missing Windows Weekly logo but still good!


Patrick Delahanty
6.8 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No-Derivatives 4.0 International license


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