Twitter has been trying to tell third-party app developers who’s the boss, first by removing support for some apps and now by giving more detailed information on how these apps would use your Twitter accounts. Today, Twitter announced an update to its permissions policy for such third-party apps. For instance, apps that have no business reading your Direct Messages won’t be able to do so. On the other hand, those that need to access these messages will ask users once again for permission to access...
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When it comes to Twitter, we’re just as addicted as every other poor soul who got sucked in. We’re constantly connected on our phones and computers, always checking our timelines, and we crouch in a corner and cry every time the fail whale rears its ugly head. As addictive as the service is though, Twitter is often asleep at the wheel when it comes to features. Luckily, that’s where third-party developers come into play and when it comes to Twitter apps, there are now thousands of choices ac...
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