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I just changed my password, but one time I used my friend's mobile phone to access my account using the add account feature. Sometimes she uses my account to write or read something, and she still accesses my account from her phone.

Can I log myself out of all instances of the account?

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I’m not sure about this so I won’t post it as an answer, but you should be able to revoke her access by logging in your account from a browser and then go to SettingsApps → Click on Revoke access for the respective phone app. twitter.com/settings/applications –  Alex Jan 26 '13 at 8:18

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Try logging out of your Twitter account after logging in, it might logout your account from any device it's logged in on.

But on most mobile devices, apps login to your account and to make the app logout from your account. To revoke access of apps go to this URL https://twitter.com/settings/applications and Revoke Access to the app your friend's device uses for Twitter login and your friend won't be able to log into your account again without your permission.

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Thank you very much guys! I changed my password then after revoked iOS access from web. Now I tryed to acces my account via my mobile phone and asked me new password.After all I didn't change revoke access from web but anyway I used new password to access my account from my mobile. Hope it works! Thank you very much for very fast answer! Happy! :) –  Dany Jan 26 '13 at 17:03
    
^ are you sure about that? I have tried this and I do not think that works... –  user56585 Jan 8 at 19:13

You can also change the password and it will log out of all accounts.

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I changed my password and it didn't log out my iPod. I don't think changing your password works.. –  nicholas Jul 10 at 19:39

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