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Tweetbot, the popular Twitter app for iOS and OS X, was pulled from the Mac App Store yesterday as users reported that it stopped allowing new logins, reports 9to5Mac.
It’s not clear whether the issue arose due to a glitch or because the app had reached its Twitter token limit. Todd Thomas, a developer at Tapbots, said that the latter is not likely.
@hbkirb will look into it. According to last token count I saw we shouldn’t be out.
— Todd Thomas (@toddthomas) January 25, 2015
Nearly a day after the initial report, the app still hasn’t returned to the Mac App Store. 9to5Mac says that Tweetbot ‘seems to be switching back and forth between accepting a few logins and returning an error message.’
We’ve contacted Tapbots for more details and will update this post when we hear back.
➤ Twitter’s war on developers continues: Tweetbot for Mac falls victim to token limit, gets pulled from App Store [9to5Mac]
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