Tweetbot closed alpha version for Mac by new rules of Twitter
Twitter changed the rules for developers of applications based on the social network. Following this, Tumblr , LinkedIn and Instagram lost some features that were in conjunction with the site, and now Tweetbot closed alpha version for Mac
“The latest changes to the Twitter API means that we now have a large but finite user token we can obtain for Tweetbot for Mac,” said the company’s site. The services operate as Twitter clients now have a limit of 100,000 users, each user is given a “token”. Applications that have more than 100,000 at the time the rules were made public, they can choose to have up to twice the amount of users they have.
“Right now, the tokens do not expire. If you check in once in an application, then that token is considered in use until you take off the access, “said Tweetbot, making way calling people to help developers and remove access to all the applications that we stop wear .
The company said it will continue to develop Tweetbot for Mac, but that there will be a process of public beta and alpha because of this limitation of users. “We would like to continue but we did not make the rules, we just have to live with them,” he said.
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