#FirstWorldProblems: Twitter third party clients continue to shut down and its API is just getting more restrictive
Lots of the best options for accessing Twitter that aren't Twitter itself are disappearing. The new Twitter API is a major part of it and has created a crossroad for the platform as it straddles the line between being more open and being more profitable.
If you were an avid user of Tweetdeck, you should know that soon it will stop working. Start looking for your next Twitter app and consider these examples to help you fill that Twitter hole in your social networking.
If you're an avid user of TweetDeck for iPhone or Android, then the news isn't good. The Twitter-owned company said on Monday it'll soon be ending support for the mobile apps, concentrating instead on improving its web apps.
TweetDeck, the Twitter acquired third-party client, has for a second time failed to file its accounts with the U.K. Commons House and risks being dissolved.
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TweetDeck has received a major redesign, with font size choices, and a new all-white look. All its missing is a single-column view.
While Twitter management wants to emphasize content more, Twitter users may get suckered into clicking on more advertising links.
New updates to Tweetbot for Mac further solidify its place as the best Twitter client around.
Even in its alpha version, Tweetbot for Mac is already one of the best ways to use Twitter.
Twitter has taken TweetDeck offline after a user discovered he had access to hundreds of Twitter accounts when using the client in the usual way (ie. he didn't hack it). TweetDeck said it is looking into the issue.
Twitter is a great way to stay up on the current events. And yet, most people don't use it for that purpose. Here's a guide for how to set up your Twitter account, and start curating your perfect news feed.
Twitter has begun to rollout a major redesign of its website, and has released updated versions of its iPhone and Android apps, as well as its TweetDeck client, which match the site's new look.
Twitter's acquistion of gear listing social network Bagcheck may be what the microblogger needs for brand interaction.
It has been reported that microblogging site Twitter has acquired TweetDeck in a deal worth more than $40 million.
Twitter has imposed a new level of permission settings for third-party apps, so users can know what account information is being accessed, and choose to opt out if it crosses a line. Unfortunately, it also adds a new level of hassle.