If your application's name has already been registered and you have a registered trademark for this application name, we can investigate it for you.
Using a company or business name, logo, or other trademark-protected materials in a manner that may mislead or confuse others with regard to its brand or business affiliation may be considered a trademark policy violation.
What Information is Required When Requesting an Application Name Based on Trademark?
In order to investigate trademark policy violations, please provide all of the following information:
Your desired application name:
Your company name:
Your Twitter account that registered your application:
Your application’s current name:
Your trademarked word, symbol, etc. (e.g., Twitter):
Trademark registration number:
Trademark registration office (e.g., USPTO):
Note: A federal or international trademark registration number is required. If the name you are reporting is not a registered mark (e.g., a government agency or non-profit organization), please let us know:
Your first and last name:
Email (must be from company domain):
Description of confusion (e.g., passing off as your company, including specific descriptions of content or behavior):
Requested Action (e.g., transfer of trademarked application name to replace an existing application’s name):
How Do I File a Report?
Holders of registered trademarks can report possible violations by visiting our support forms at https://support.twitter.com/forms/platform and selecting "The application name I'm trying to register has already been taken." Please submit trademark-related requests from your company email address and follow the format above to help expedite our response.