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Twitter API Limit Death Watch

Twitter API Limit Death Watch: Falcon Pro

Have you been following our Twitter API Limit Death Watch coverage here on AllTwitter?

Unfortunately, we’ve got another Twitter client to add to the list: Falcon Pro, a very popular Android Twitter app.

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Twitter Scheduling Blackout Tests To Prepare Developers For API Retirement

Developers take note: If you’ve yet to prep your app for transition (or destruction) once Twitter’s API v1 retires next month, now is the time.

Twitter is helping your prepare for its new and improved API by scheduling “blackout tests” that will show you how your app will look once they flip the switch.

These tests should also be helpful for those developers struggling with the 7 stages of grief. Seeing your app konk out will slingshot you from denial to acceptance in snap, because you’ll realize you have no choice.

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Twitter’s Certified Products Program Adds New Members, A New Manager And New Verticals

Are you a disgruntled developer who did not fit the new and improved Twitter mold for coveted API access? Maybe you’re still hanging on by a thread, hoping something will change. Or maybe you were cast out like a black cat on Halloween.

Either way, take heart, you red-headed stepchild: there is hope for you yet. Twitter will soon be adding new verticals to its certified products program and that could result in Twitter saying “I choose you!

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Another Tweet-Powered App Bites The Dust

And we have another third party developer to add to our Twitter API Death Watch РBirdsong. Yes, Birdsong just sang its swan song.

But are Twitter’s new API restrictions to blame?

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Developers Hitting Twitter API Wall – Hard

Third-party app developers have been hitting that Twitter API wall – hard.

And it has given rise to a new post category here at AllTwitter: the Twitter API Limit Death Watch.

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Twitter Takes Fight With PeopleBrowsr To Federal Court

PeopleBrowsr recently won a restraining order against Twitter and the two were scheduled to take the next, albeit small, step in the court battle today with preliminary discovery.

But Twitter wasn’t having it.

You didn’t think it would be that easy – did you, PeopleBrowsr? Silly rabbit.

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Third Party Developers Can Count Down To Demise With Handy New Calendar From Twitter

Some third-party Twitter app developers seem to be burying their heads in the sand, hoping to escape the inevitable Twitter chopping block.

Make no mistake, optimistic sirs (and madams), assimilation is the only way – so read up on the time you have left to adhere to Twitter’s new API restrictions detailed within or use this handy calendar as a countdown to your doom. Either way – happy holidays!

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