Twitter: New Developers Update Bans Auto-and Bulk Following

Thursday, July 4, 2013 in , , , , , , , , , , by Olaf Lemmens

Twitter anounced some changes that should noticeably impact ordinary users. Making it hard for third-party apps to force users to automatically follow the apps' official Twitter accounts, and is also officially prohibiting developers from creating programs that follow other accounts in bulk.

Other small changes: Timestamps on third-party apps and clients can now choose to display either the date or the time. And the Twitter logo is no longer required on individual tweets in third-party clients. The changes are in-and-of themselves minor, but together make up a lot of new material for developers to tackle. Source

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