Twitter makes API free for public alerts
Twitter has made an exception to the paid structure it has put around access to its API. Normally, companies have to pay a subscription fee to access the Twitter API, but it gives the green light for automatic alerts aimed at serving public information.
It means tweets for emergency messages fro... Read more
New Twitter API subscriptions exclude many developers
Twitter has unveiled three subscriptions for its API that users or organizations can take advantage of. A free, basic and enterprise subscription. Looking at the details, Twitter is excluding many developers. The subscriptions are fine, but the limits set are disappointing.
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Twitter launches Twitter API v2 to provide its data to developers
Twitter launched an update to provide developers more access to its social media platform's data. The process of developing solutions for conducting secure Twitter conversations and content management stands to benefit.
For several years, Twitter has wanted to make it easier for end users to dec... Read more