Twitterific and Tweetbot, third-party Twitter clients, are experiencing outages. The reason is unclear. According to GitHub, the developers have not been notified by the company whether the problem is due to a bug or something else. Mastodon functionTweetbot creator Paul Haddad.
It has been passed speculationFrom Twitter usersAnd Some news outletsThis is Twitter’s attempt to shut down third-party client accounts. The cut-off may not apply to all third-party clients. Some apps, like Fenix 2 or Albatross, seem to work for me and some othersHowever, I have seen other users report issues with Fenix. The first-party Twitter app works as well.
Third-party apps use the Twitter API to access data from the service. It has been controversial in the pastThe company experienced a period of neglecting third-party development tools. It appears that this has changed since Elon Musk purchased it. However, its place in alternative Twitter apps isn’t clear. He didn’t seem to be able to speak positively or negatively about her.
It is difficult to determine if the API caused the third-party client outage. My Twitter developer account appears to have succeeded in calling certain functions, Twitter API explorer toolCurrently broken Many error messages users see indicate authentication problems.
There have been no tweets regarding the apparent outage at the time of writing. Official Twitter accountThe Twitter support accountOr Elon Musk. We won’t be able to contact the company directly because they don’t have a communication department.
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