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Submitted by Mark484 620d ago | news

Twitter under fire as Tweetro for Windows 8 blocked to new users

TheGuardian-"Developers criticised refusal to release more tokens that would allow 'Metro' app to show Twitter to add new users" (Software, Tweetro, Twitter, Web, Windows 8)

Gondee  +   620d ago
Twitter, are you high....
Speed-Racer  +   620d ago
Can't blame them. They need to make money as well, but they'd have to make proper desktop and mobile apps to back that move.
KwietStorm  +   619d ago
That's exactly why I can and do blame them. The ONLY reason they're changing these ridiculous rules is because every third party dev out there has made an app that is light years ahead of their own, and their response is to kill the "competition" and force-migrate the population, rather than keep up. Its dirty, its actually counter productive, and while I do use twitter, I hope this leaves a stain on their name.
Mark484  +   619d ago
Bad days for twitter.

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