The chaos continues, with Elon Musk renaming Twitter to his favorite letter, X.
After Twitter put a $42,000-per-month API fee for enterprises into effect, the WordPress Jetpack service dropped its Twitter connections, ending automatic posting of TidBITS articles on Twitter. Curious if he could sort out a free replacement, Adam Engst dug around and pieced one together.
Unable to avert his gaze from the train wreck that is Twitter, Adam Engst shares a few examples of the latest bouts of insanity instigated by Elon Musk.
In the wake of Twitter banning third-party clients, Tweetbot and Twitterrific are giving subscribers the option of not asking for pro-rated refunds that could drive the small companies behind them into bankruptcy.
With centralized, ad-driven social networks in disarray and suffering from misinformation, harassment, and declining users, can the long-simmering Mastodon microblogging system offer a distributed future for conversation and community?
A growing set of services let users on independently operated servers interlink with standard, open-source protocols for microblogging, photo sharing, and dozens of other purposes. Could the Fediverse be a solution to the ugliness of commercial service algorithms designed to drive outrage and titillation?
It's official—Twitter has changed its developer agreement to ban third-party apps like Twitterrific and Tweetbot. Would the last Twitter app out the door please turn off the lights?
The soap opera is over, or it’s just beginning. The world’s wealthiest man has finally purchased Twitter for $44 billion and taken it private. All bets are off now.
Independent Twitter client adds new muffle rules for filtering the timeline. ($7.99 new, free update, 26.7 MB, macOS 10.14+)
Billionaire Elon Musk has purchased Twitter for $44 billion and will take the social media company private.
Maintenance release for the independent Twitter client with an icon update and bug fixes. ($7.99 new, free update, 26.3 MB, macOS 10.14+)
Brings a new main timeline tab with an added My Tweets view of recent tweets and a new Stay Safe custom app icon. ($7.99 new, free update, 19.9 MB, macOS 10.14+)
Adds a bright new light theme named Egret and improves reading position syncing. ($7.99 new, free update, 17.7 MB)
Adds several new features to the Twitter client, including support for viewing full images in your timeline. ($7.99 new, free update, 17.6 MB)
Twitter’s Web redesign isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but at least it now lets you easily switch between accounts.