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No more Tweetbot or Twitterrific on Twitter

Well, I hope you don’t want to use just about all the major third-party clients Twitterbecause Elon Musk seems to have blocked them from accessing Twitter’s API for some reason. This is evident from internal Slack messages viewed by The Information, the social media platform has deliberately suspended those third-party apps. In one post, a senior software engineer literally says, “Third party app suspensions are intentional.”

The third-party Twitter clients have been broken since at least Thursday night, and developers say they still don’t have any updates. according to the Verge. Twitter did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Mashable.


Twitter users are citing bugs and broken features on the platform

Since Thursday night, users have been complaining that they can’t use Tweetbot, Twitterrific, and other apps you can use to scroll through Twitter without going directly through the Twitter software.

“And I really want an official public statement,” Tweetbot co-creator Paul Haddad said in a Mastodon post on Sunday. “We have a large number of Tweetbot Year 3 subscription renewals coming up in a few weeks. If we go into permanent shutdown, I need to know so we can take the app off sale and avoid it. Which of course I’d rather not do .”

On Sunday, Twitterrific tweeted: “There’s still no official word on what’s going on. We apologize for the continued interruption.”

But as with anything Musk does on Twitter, it’s not particularly thorough. Some apps, like Albatross and Fenix, still work for some people, while others don’t, depending on whether you’re running it on iOS or Android, the Verge reported. It’s all, unsurprisingly, messy.

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