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Posts Tagged ‘third party app developers’

Twitter Doesn’t Want Flattr Favoriting Its Tweets

It’s Spring and love is in the air. And Twitter, that coy mister/ress is at it again, smacking back third party suitors with a disinterest not seen since Scarlett O’Hara.

The latest app whose advances Twitter has spurned is an interesting piece of sunshine called Flattr. And all it wanted was to pay content creators for their efforts.

Yep, you and I lost out on THIS one.

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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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Twitter’s Latest Aquihire To Focus On Wooing Third Party Developers

Third party app developers are ticked at Twitter lately – we all know that.

And lately, Twitter has been very visible, particularly its CEO, chatting up the Interwebs about how successful Twitter has become and its plans to continue on that path. And maybe (just . . . maybe) they’ve realized that being known as the place where developers should NOT innovate is not such a great rep to have long-term. Maybe.

Either way, they’ve aqui-hired a team to focus specifically on third party app developers, so that must be a good sign, right?

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