Jan 18, 2023
Twitter announced that third-party applications like Tweetbot and Twitterrific had been purposefully barred from using Twitter APIs.
The social network, Tweetbot, Twitterrific, Birdie, Echofon, and other well-known Twitter clients are inaccessible and unable to be utilized.
Today, Twitter's Dev account tweeted that the company is "enforcing its long-standing API regulations," a shift that might prevent some apps from functioning.
Information needs to be provided regarding the API rules that the prohibited Twitter clients have broken. Since they ceased to function last Thursday, Twitter has not previously given any information on what's happening with third-party Twitter apps.
Last week, when certain third-party Twitter apps stopped working, it was initially thought that a glitch might be to blame. The fact that only the most well-known Twitter clients were impacted and barred from Twitter's APIs may be evidence of an internal issue.
It became more obvious that this was a purposeful choice as Twitter remained silent over the situation for days.
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