Third-party Twitter clients users are experiencing issues, including not being able to log in and access their Twitter accounts. Echofon, Tweetbot, and Twitterrific, all popular third-party Twitter apps have confirmed the issue and said that they don’t know what’s causing it.
These issues have been complained about by the app’s makers on Mastadon. Twitterrific developer Sean Heber stated, “Did Twitter kill any third-party clients?” Paul Haddad, Tweetbot’s developer, stated that he hoped that Twitter was just an automated spambot that incorrectly suspends the appropriate applications.
Haddad stated in an email to TechCrunch that the problem began at 7.30 PM PST today. He also stated that all API requests from apps fail.
Twitter could have made some changes in its API for third party clients that are causing these apps crashes. It is unclear if this is an attempt to block access to the platform.
JobHe stated that these apps are “pending” on Twitter’s developer forum.
Twitter has been a victim of many developers programs since Elon Musk’s takeover. Twitter Toolbox for app discovery. Third-party developers were cautious about their plans to develop around Twitter as the company has not publicly announced its plans for the ecosystem. TechCrunch was informed by Amir Shivat, the company’s former head, of developer platforms. He said that the new management has not yet announced its plans for the ecosystem. Breaking the trust of developers.
Twitter did not report the issue. However, TwitterDev reported it. He saidLast month, the company stated that it would continue to invest in its developer platform, particularly the Twitter API.
Earlier this week, Twitter decided to create its algorithmic timeline — dubbed “For You” — The default feed on iOS.
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