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Twitter officially bans third party apps, doesn’t put out public notice to anyone including its developers

There has been some debate among the community on why some applications to access Twitter suddenly stopped working.

Our good friend Herbie sent me this Verge article Twitter officially bans third-party clients with new developer rules/ which still doesn’t answer why they chose not to send a note on its official blog or even contact its many developers.

For the moment, the Windows application I use is still operational, and this is mpore current than the December article I found which also stated that apps were broken.

I guess we’ll see how long third party access is going to be allowed, and I bet that Twitter hasn’t contacted anyone to tell them anything.

Using their IOS app is fine, I’ve got no problems with it, it is accessible with Voiceover. But managing 5 different accounts and knowing where the follower notifications will be coming from is going to be challenging.

This will get interesting, as I said on the mix’s email list, only time will tell.

Thanks Herbie for posting this for my attention and make it a great day!


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Twitter officially bans third party apps, doesn’t put out public notice to anyone including its developers was released on January 23, 2023 at 9:00 am by tech in article commentary.
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