Twitter launches new paid API plans and makes it easier for devs to check their usage

by The Next Web 14/11/2017 at 17:05
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The best way for third-party developers to use Twitter’s data is through the microblogging site’s APIs. Previously, they’ve had a choice between the standard free API, and the enterprise-oriented Gnip service. The two products differed significantly not just in cost, but also in the type of queries that could be performed, and there was no middle ground. Today, the company is rolling out premium APIs, which should bridge the gap. The first of these is the Search Tweets API, which offers an easy avenue to the past 30 days of Twitter data. The company eventually plans to offer a more… This story continues at The Next Web