Tweetbot and Twitterrific let Users Reject Refunds to Help Developers

Tweetbot and Twitterrific let Users Reject Refunds

Twitter’s decision to ban third-party apps from using its API left popular apps like Tweetbot and Twitterrific completely unusable. As a result, users were left in the dark, particularly those who had already paid for a year’s subscription. However, the developers behind these apps have now released a new update that offers some alternatives for users to support them.

The new update for both apps does not add new features but instead gives users options to help developers. Tweetbot and Twitterrific were both paid apps, with subscriptions ranging from $0.99 per month to $9.99 per year. When users ask for a refund of their subscriptions, the developers have to pay for these refunds. Thus, developers are offering their users a few ways to show their support and help the developers cope with this unpleasant situation.

Users can wait for an automatic refund from Apple or voluntarily refuse it to support the developers. Tweetbot users also have the additional option of transferring their remaining subscription to Ivory, the developers’ new client for the decentralized social network Mastodon. This new app costs $1.99 per month or $14.99 per year.

These options provide a chance for users to show their appreciation for the developers who have been left with a significant loss of revenue due to Twitter’s decision to disable its API.

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