I found this thread about OAuth and multiple devices:

All of the information in that thread makes sense to me.  I currently
have a mobile application where I have successfully implemented an
OAuth flow, I'm not quite sure what the official name is, so I will
describe it.

If the application does not have an OAuthToken the mobile browser is
opened and the user is asked to log in to give the mobile application
permission to access their account.  If the user agrees, they get a
PIN number to enter into my mobile application.  Once the user enters
the PIN, I request a token from Twitter, my app verifies the token
access and retrieves the user's screen name.

What I am not sure of is what is the intended way to handle mobile
applications that post to multiple Twitter accounts?  Do I need
messaging in my application to instruct the user to make sure they're
logged out of their application so they can log in with another
account and my application can request access that way?  That seems
kind of clunky.  Is there another alternative where I can have the
user enter their screen name and I can start an OAuth flow with that?

Any help/guidance is appreciated.


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