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Twitter discontinues its free API access, paid version in the pipeline



In a new tweet from Twitter’s developers’ account, the company announced that it’s closing its free API access starting February 9 – a week from now. A new paid basic tier will be available soon.

Twitter is bleeding money each year and Elon Musk and his team are scrambling to save the social network from bankruptcy. This, in turn, means that some features on the platform will require a subscription in order to increase the revenue stream. The latest feature to take the hit is the free API access for developers.

From February 9 onward, developers and companies that rely on Twitter’s…



Article Source: Gizbot

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