Twitter ruffled a lot of feathers earlier this month when it announced plans to reduce free API access. The deadline for enforcing the rule was originally set for February 9, but it was later pushed back to February 13.
Now, the social network has delayed the shutdown of the free API yet again — and this time there is no date in the latest of Elon Musk’s company’s growing list of uncertainties. Late Monday, the Twitter Developer account announced that the company will delay the launch of the new API platform “by a few more days.” According to the company, there has been a “immense amount of enthusiasm” for the upcoming platform change.
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