TweetCaster is without doubt one of the oldest third-party Twitter apps accessible on Android, because it was initially printed in 2010. Nevertheless, the app hasn’t been up to date in over a 12 months, and now it will possibly’t connect with Twitter in any respect.
Many Play Retailer evaluations are declaring the app now not works, as a substitute solely offering 401 errors. This does not appear to be associated to the app hitting Twitter’s notorious API token restrict, which normally marks the top of third-party purchasers, since present customers would nonetheless be capable of entry their accounts.
OneLouder, the developer of TweetCaster, informed Android Police that Twitter broke the app on their finish. The developer is working to inform TweetCaster customers of the outage, however has but to obtain a solution from Twitter about why the app now not works.
Within the meantime, former TweetCaster customers are taking their frustration to Twitter and soliciting replacements:
Tweetcaster for Android officialy has died. Now, I am right here on regular Twitter app. Confused and afraid. Assist 😔 pic.twitter.com/mbELjxIv9B
— M. Rizky Abdillah (@rizkyaabdillah) January 28, 2020
So Tweetcaster died and I am heartbroken. Does anybody use something aside from the official Twitter app? I liked with the ability to learn all of my tweets in chronological order they usually Twitter app simply appears so scattered.
— Nick Hammer (@nhammer13) January 27, 2020
— pbnj218 (@pbnj218) January 28, 2020
— 😽🧚🏾♂️ (@sweetdagee) January 28, 2020
Here is hoping TweetCaster can work with Twitter to repair the outage. It is by no means enjoyable to lose entry to an app you have used for years.