Falcon Pro users have had a front-row seat to quite a bit of drama over the last few months. The events started when the app struck its 100,000 user token limit, which lead to the developer to reset user tokens in an effort to reallocate them to active users. Eventually, all of the tokens were consumed again, in part to the addition of multi-account support, and another "reset" was announced. It turns out that the plan was to quietly spread some people to a brand new API key. Unfortunately, Twitter blocked most users from signing in with the new key, and Joaquim Verge, the developer of Falcon Pro, pulled it from the Play Store until a better solution could be found.

Today, a new chapter in the story began as an announcement on the Falcon Pro Beta Testers community appeared stating that updates will now launch through the website getfalcon.pro, starting with v2.0.4. Also in the post was a hint about an "experiment" that would allow users who haven't acquired a valid token to still use the app with all of their accounts. A short time later, instructions to unlock the new feature were posted by Fernando González. As one might expect, the workaround allows users to create their own API key with Twitter and insert it into Falcon Pro. If you find yourself limited by the notorious token count, update your copy of the app and follow these steps:

On your device or computer:

  1. Visit https://dev.twitter.com and sign in (it doesn't matter what account you use for this step)
  2. Click on the "My applications" link in the dropdown under your picture.
  3. Click on "Create a new application"
  4. Fill in a unique name (you may have to try a few names before you get one that hasn't been claimed), a description, and URLs for the Website and Callback. It doesn't matter what URL you are using, but it must be correctly formed (http://something.com).
  5. Check the box to agree to the "Developer Rules Of The Road", fill out the captcha, and click the button to finish.
  6. Click on the "Settings" tab and change the Application Type to "Read, Write and Access direct messages," then click the Update button at the bottom of the page.
  7. Switch back to the "Details" tab and copy the values for "Consumer key" and "Consumer secret."

In Falcon Pro:

  1. Go to the login screen (logout if you're logged in)
  2. Tap all four corners to light up the squares (see screenshots), then tap the orange one (bottom left) to turn it back off.
  3. Shake your phone/tablet. Yes, really, start shaking it until a dialog box pops up saying "Custom login unlocked!"
  4. Tap on "Custom login"
  5. Fill in "Consumer Key" and "Consumer Secret" with the values you got from creating your Twitter API key. These are long, case-sensitive strings, so be careful to copy them precisely.

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Needless to say, Twitter probably won't be happy about this turn of events. Fortunately for us, there isn't a lot the company can do without shutting down API access for all 3rd party clients or restricting new API keys. As more clients reach the dreaded token limit, this approach will probably become increasingly common. Hopefully, the powers that be will overlook this loophole or reconsider the policy all together.

v2.0.4 Changelog :
- Brand new mobilizer - seamless integration of articles in the app !
- New image loaded scale animations
- Little improvements and fixes

Source: Announcement by Joaquim Verges, Instructions

Cody Toombs
Cody is a Software Engineer and Writer with a mildly overwhelming obsession with smartphones and the mobile world. If he’s been pulled away from the computer for any length of time, you might find him talking about cocktails and movies, sometimes resulting in the consumption of both.

  • jaduncan

    I suspect that some Twitter employees actually have voodoo dolls of Joaquim at this point. That's fine though; given that he's trying to do the right thing for his users and Twitter are trying to close down freedoms that their users are accustomed to it's not too hard to see who to root for.

    • AK

      >> Twitter are trying to close down

      Monopoly and tyranny do that. Look at Google, Facebook, Apple and NSA.

  • Anodev

    Hahaha, love this! The dev has quite a lot of fight in him left. Go Falcon!

  • moelsen8

    This is exciting! Your move, Twitter!

  • Ole Ingeman Christensen

    Hope each and everyone will follow this step Falcon has taken, if/when they also hits the api limit. Sadly enough, such extreme measures might be what's needed, for opening the eyes of Twitter.
    What they have been doing is selfish and lame and can't be justified with anything else, than they fear for the competition from 3 part apps.

  • Colin Kealty

    What I love about this is that it forces their hands completely, which is the lesser of evils, a third party app with over 100k users? Or no APIs at all?

    • jameskatt

      The middle ground of charging $100 a year for access to each API account would make Twitter a lot of extra cash.

  • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

    I was wondering who will be the first to do this. It makes so much sense - fake your own client and tell Twitter to fuck right off. Brilliant.

    If I were to design a service/site around Twitter nowadays, I'd make it BOYT (bring your own tokens) as well, except I'd be vulnerable to IP bans. Twitter Android apps, however, are not. I don't see how Twitter can fight this.

    • http://www.anivision.org/ Christopher Bailey (Xcom923)

      I'm so glad to see this happen. And like you @archon810:disqus , I'm not sure what took him so long to reach this conclusion.

    • jordanjay29

      They'd just have to create another layer for devs to pass through to obtain tokens, and force current token-wielders to re-validate. Or do nothing.

      • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

        And what would that layer be that regular users couldn't go through? A paywall? That's actually a possibility, knowing Twitter.


        • http://www.rubenalamina.mx/ Ruben Alamina

          They could ask you to submit your app to them, to provide a valid web domain or other things. I hope this is not the case.

          Sometimes, I wonder why Twitter still lets third-party apps use their API if they are closing it tighter everytime. It would be better if they closed it and start implementing inline image previews, integrated browser (with mobilizers) and sharing options in their official client, which right now is very good.

          I love 3rd party clients, but many devs just stop adding new features when they are hit the Twitter Tokens Hammer, if you will.

          • Daniel

            You need API access in order to submit it...

    • numpty

      Falcon Pro isn't the first, he got the idea from another app I believe (can't remember which one).

      • Phil Oakley

        Tweetbot on iOS has it too, in super-secret settings.

        • ScottJL

          tweetbot has "super secret settings" but nothing in there lets you change your token, at least not that i see.

          • Phil Oakley

            Yeah, it used to have the ability to change the API key/token in super secret, but doesn't now. My bad. I don't have an iOS device, so was use my brother's for stuff like this - I just assumed it was still there.

            Maybe Twitter asked them to remove it? If so, hmm. May be a bad precedent for Falcon Pro.

    • scuttlefield

      I can see Twitter shutting down all 3rd-party access alltogether. I'm not sure why they haven't already. It seems be be their goal.

      • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/cody-toombs/ Cody Toombs

        I'm sure that's the goal, but I think the plan was to move slowly and starve the apps out of existence. If this approach catches on, Twitter will be forced to either back down (making users and developers happy) or be aggressive and directly kill off 3rd party apps and let the cards fall where they may (which could be catastrophic).

        • scuttlefield

          Some men just want to watch the world burn!

      • barkerja

        The likely truth is they will move to an approval system.

      • Joe Miller

        The keys to the official clients are already known (https://gist.github.com/rhenium/3878505) , so in order to do that they'd have to completely shut down their own old clients and re issue new ones.

    • Roshan

      I dont see how "custom login" feature is against twitter's terms. As far as I remember twitter is encouraging users to implement this feature.

      Even many twitter employees suggesting (in support queries) that users should create apps in their twitter account and use these api keys.

    • Martin Nilsson

      The ban on 3rd party has to do with advertisement. I know many are cheapskates, but I for one wouldn't mind a "pay to get rid of ads and get access to 3rd party clients". That way I'm happy and hopefully Twitter is happy to.

    • TGMann

      Twitter should just hire the Falcon Pro devs. Their software is so much better anyway.

  • Yusuf Suleman

    I followed the steps and I entered the long keys. Then I go back to and click on log into twitter and it says error- make sure your date/time settings are correct. Any ideas?

    • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

      Same here. I already had a Twitter application for other needs, which is what I'm trying to use here, but getting that error. I'm hoping someone else has an idea of what's wrong.

      • CuriousCursor

        Follow ALL the steps again, you'll see what you missed

        • Yusuf Suleman

          For some reason it is not changing from Read only. I update the settings but it still says read only.

          • Bill

            Refresh the page!

        • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

          I will? Odd, since, again, this application has been in use for a couple of years now for a variety of widgets I run and it works perfectly, and I did retrace every step already and I see nothing I missed.

          • Yusuf Suleman

            I figured mine out. Make sure you have a callback URL.

          • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

            I do. I always have.

          • CuriousCursor

            Read/write/dm access is enabled?

          • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

            Of course. It was in the steps.

          • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/cody-toombs/ Cody Toombs

            From what I've seen in the beta test community and a few other spots, there are a LOT of problems when people don't clear data for Falcon Pro. Supposedly it's safe to just update and run with it, but clearing data seems to fix most problems.

          • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

            This is the first time I've ever installed the app. I gained interest in it primarily because of some recent updates combined with this clever new trick. So it's not a cached data issue.

          • http://www.deepakgupta.org/ Deepak Gupta

            Thanks! It worked.

          • teeha

            callback url? where to find?

        • Franco

          What step should that be? I have the same problem, i can't log on

        • Danny Holyoake

          How about you actually answer him instead of being a cryptic?

      • Trenton Seagoe

        I have the same issue.

        • Wirrer

          I think I've found the problem.
          I've emailed myself the Custom Secret, and the Android emailclient cut off the secret because it didnÄt fit on the screen.
          Thus copy and paste didn't copy the whole string.
          Turning the phone for more screen width and THEN copy and pasting worked.

      • Ben

        For me it was the "don't keep activities" checkbox in the developer settings on my phone. If everything is right in Twitter and in FP, that's something else to look at. Once I was logged into Falcon Pro, I could then turn that setting back on. I use it to keep Media Server from eating my battery. Once I stop music in my music app, Media Server would keep running unless I had that checked. Anyway, just somethign else to look at.

        • Dianne Hackborn

          Oh my ghod, you do NOT want to run your device regularly with that setting. That is a *developer* setting. It is not for regular production use. Besides the issue that many apps will break or have bad behavior with it enabled, it *seriously* impacts the performance of movement within and across apps.

          • Ben

            Look, I know what it does, and while multitasking isn't great, single-tasking is made more bearable on a device ruined by Samsung's software updates.

          • CuriousCursor

            You're basically messing up every app's lifecycle.

    • joeljfischer

      I believe he said to ignore the error.

      • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

        How can I ignore the error? The error prevents me from logging in.

    • Fouty

      Same! Not working.

    • Roshan

      If that happens that means consumer secret key is not filled properly. I also got this error and then I noticed when I copy pasted secret key, it did not copy last 6-7 chars. Fill them manually.

    • Deemeezee

      One step that is missing above that is causing your issue is to make sure you put a check next to the box that says "Allow this application to be used to Sign in with Twitter" under the settings tab on the API site. I had your same problem, noticed it wasn't checked, then pressed the sign-in button on Falcon Pro and it worked

    • teeha

      how? facing same problem :(

    • crispy9090

      I needed to do a few more things:

      On the Details tab:
      - Press the button to generate an oauth Access Token

      On the Settings tab:
      - Enter a Callback URL (any site will do; can be the same as your Website setting)
      - Enable "Allow this application to be used to Sign in with Twitter"
      - Press the Update button at the bottom to save your settings

      • dasuberchin

        Perfect! Thanks

      • psikox

        thx man you re the best!

      • jb

        Thanks, the only thing I had to change was the callback url and it worked perfectly!

      • JumpingShadow

        Thanks so much I had the same problem, now solved :D

    • Roy

      Great work! thanks

  • Donncha

    This is what you have to go through when you use an open source Twitter app. My Tweet Tweet WordPress plugin has had to do this since they moved to oauth so I don't think Twitter will punish Falcon Pro. Others have been doing it for years.

    • Ole Ingeman Christensen

      These "others" you talk about, are they as popular as Falcon has become? Or else I think this could be the game changer, because of the major popularity Falcon has achieved.
      That's where the differences from now and then, could be seen.

      • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/cody-toombs/ Cody Toombs

        Falcon Pro is far from the most popular Twitter client out there. It only hit 100,000 tokens last year (many by pirated copies), but there are some iPhone clients that took advantage of the doubled token thing, and some of those have hit over 1 million users.

        I think this is more about visibility than popularity. Falcon Pro keeps popping up because of incidents like this. I'm pretty confident that other developers are keeping a close eye on these events so that they can fall in line.

  • SkullOne

    This is brilliant. It really does force Twitter's hand. The new official Twitter app is still crap compared to many of the 3rd party clients and Falcon Pro is the best out there right now IMHO.

    Twitter now has to decide whether they want to shutdown 3rd party clients entirely by eliminating the API's or remove the token nonsense.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      Or put up a paywall. Say $25 for API access. It would kill this approach.

      • SkullOne

        True but imagine the backlash. Twitter would be obliterated across the web. I'm already laughing at some of the hash tags that would be created.

        • William

          Like they were when they implemented the current terms?

        • Paul Taylor

          Remind me again why Twitter would care in the slightest about a hundred thousand Falcon Pro users when their own app has over a hundred million?

          • Primalxconvoy

            Then why is Twitter so interested in_fighting Falcon pro?

          • Paul Taylor

            Because they're being stubborn and bloody-minded. What I really meant was, why would Twitter care if they end up losing Falcon Pro users over this?

          • jameskatt

            Exactly. Twitter should close the APIs or charge $100 a year for access.

          • Daniel

            If they are going to charge, then give them unlimited access. Or at least the ability to buy more tokens...

        • jameskatt

          Twitter wouldn't be obliterated. You can still use Twitter's apps and embedded solutions such as in iOS.

    • Ole Ingeman Christensen

      Yeah, let's hope for the last.. ;-)

  • IncCo

    Stick it to twitter !

  • h_f_m

    I just fear this is going to eventually spell the end of my favorite way to use twitter.

    Twitter: Please just come up with a way for 3rd party clients to implement sponsored tweets and a way to force them to comply. Then you can end this whole thing and monetize 3rd party clients and everyone can be happy.

    • Primalxconvoy

      Why? Sponsored tweets are as bad as sponsored "news" at Facebook. It's one of the reasons that I rarely even bother with Facebook now.

      • h_f_m

        How is Twitter supposed to pay their employees and operating costs? Grow money trees?

        • cubenate

          it does not really matter how they going to do that, look they need a smart way to make money.. ads on this social networks is fucked up, i dont use facebook anymore. i see ads all the time i hate them,, if i need something i wil go google it.

        • Primalxconvoy

          By using non intrusive ads. I actually wanted to "like" company Facebook pages, such as dj's, my favourite films and games etc but with the all the extra crap Facebook threw at me, I removed it all. Now my account is little more than a means of messaging familymembers.

          Using add banners at the top or bottom of the screen wouldn't kill Twitter or Facebook, but spam certainly isn't helping.

          • h_f_m

            But so many are using mobile apps.. including 3rd party ones. That doesn't make sense.

          • Primalxconvoy

            One of the reasons people are using third party apps is because of the spam and lack of features/bad design of the websites or official apps.

            They need to stepup their game.

  • numpty

    "Fortunately for us, there isn't a lot the company can do without shutting down API access for all 3rd party clients or restricting new API keys."

    Well, they could still just shut down access to all the people with 'proper' Falcon Pro keys, of course. I can't imagine the vast majority of them could be bothered with all this 'create your own key' stuff to carry on using it, so Twitter would still basically have won.

  • Matt

    Is there no way Twitter could potentially block large, vital sections of the Falcon Pro code itself to block this even with different API keys? I'm not entirely familiar with how the API key stuff works from a Twitter perspective so I'm not sure if that's feasible.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/cody-toombs/ Cody Toombs

      Everybody (except Twitter, I believe) uses the same API to communicate, they are ONLY differentiated by these keys. Twitter can't successfully block this approach without changing something about the way keys are given out or how the API works for everybody.

      • Matt

        Ahh gotcha. Then I guess Twitter would have to do something drastic (e.g., the pay wall mentioned in the comments section for dev access) to fight this. Well played Joaquim.

  • Robert Alex Kibler

    Twitter is dead. Long live twitter

  • Matthew

    I love Falcon Pro for going against the establishment. Honestly, I have no tears for Twitter. They are still in the driver seat, and if it's clear demand is elsewhere, they need to step up their game and not limit others who are doing the community right. I have no problem paying for an official Twitter app that eliminates ad, and furthermore I wouldn't be upset if they updated and mirrored the look the of Falcon Pro (in line streaming etc) but whatever... I'll continue to support Falcon Pro and their fight //steps off podium.

  • kamiller42

    I was saddened when I could not access Twitter using Falcon Pro. Some said Twitter's client was nearly as good. Not sure what those people are thinking, but Falcon Pro is light years ahead of Twitter's feature weak client.

    • Joris Griffioen

      I *thought* the Twitter app was pretty good... Falcon is so much smoother, more complete, easyer to use,

      It's retarded, instead of using their resources to block off their competition (and I don't really see how this is competition but ok) they should really use that to keep developing their own app.

      But then again, the website isn't all that great either. Twitter needs a UX designer with a real feel for smootheness, it lacks on all sides.

  • http://kawangeek.com/ EddyGeek

    So this things gonna be free for life? I already pay....

    • Ole Ingeman Christensen

      Well. That's what Joaquim Verge said..

  • ShahinTr

    Now this is a developer who doesn't let down his customers, keep it up. Kick Twitter hard in the nuts, greedy b*******!

  • Mike Harris

    I don't use Twitter, but couldn't they restrict these fake 3rd party apps by deleting all the ones that have just one user? The only issue would be for new apps that may only have one user because it's so new/in beta/whatever, but all they have to do is give you a small time period and if your "app" still has just one user, odds are it's not real.

    • lljktechnogeek

      The problem is that there's probably a large number of "real" apps with only a single user. The creator of @stealthmountain, to pick one entertaining example, could very well have an API key that's used only to run a bot that corrects people who say "sneak peak".

  • http://brgulker.wordpress.com/ brgulker

    How is he doing the right thing for his users? I am a paying customer of his and could get locked out of the app by these shenanigans.

    • http://www.bytenow.net Andy G

      Download the new app that's free from the ties of the Google Play Store. That's how.

  • http://www.bytenow.net Andy G

    I've successfully completed the work around, but the app seemingly won't let me have multiple accounts with the new trick. Anybody else seeing the same kind of scenario?

  • Falconpunch

    Well, now I'm a proud dev of FalconPunch Pro.

  • Kevin Guinn

    Such brilliance. This worked for me.

  • eilegz

    so this app its free now just you have to get your own token?

  • Abhi Kurve

    Same problem as many described -
    "error- make sure your date/time settings are correct"
    Tried reinstalling Falcon ,clearing data and verified the Consumer and secret keys and time and date but no luck =(

  • Sabin Bajracharya

    Basically, this means THIS APP IS NOW FREE! O_o

  • @yanblah

    I'm with a trouble in Falcon.
    I'm using Paranoid Android 3.60 + yank555 kernel and the lastest gapps from july, 02 on a Galaxy S3 GT-I9300. After I made all the process to the alternative login, Falcon minimizes itself when I'm connected on wifi or 3g. Widget keeps running normally but dont post on twitter.
    Anyone knows what can I do to solve this? I've already tried to clean cache, reinstall app but nothing get it close to keep Falcon running :/

  • http://www.dethlefsmoreno.com Kevin Dethlefs-Moreno

    In a few years, the common question will be... "What's twitter?" I barely use the thing... it just grabs my facebook posts and tweets it.

  • jameskatt

    Twitter should shut down all API keys. Period.

  • jameskatt

    Or Twitter can charge $100 a year to use the API per account.

  • Danny Holyoake

    So, uh... The app is definitely set to 'read write and access..' but Falcon Pro just says there's a constant network error when trying to send a tweet.

    Any ideas? :(

    • Kubabubba

      I have the same issue :/ I can't tweet at all, do we have to reset the app or something?

    • Mack

      Happening for me too. Frustrating.

  • TimBL

    There are lots of ways Twitter could shut this down without killing all third-party API access. Here's two I could think of in 30 seconds.

    1. They could look at the specific API calls that Falcon Pro makes, and see what users are showing a Twitter API usage pattern that matches this. Combine this with anyone using a new application key created since Falcon Pro was released, and you can tell with very high probability who is using this workaround.

    2. Run a script for all their application keys to visit the URL given in the registration, and see if it's valid, and uses the word "Twitter" on it somewhere. If not, disable the account (as the DRotR forbids using an "unrelated URL" as your Application Website URL).

    People will be able to come up with more workarounds, but in the meantime, Twitter can make the registration process stricter (like only allowing URLs that exist). While they're at it, they can suspend a few of these accounts, to send a message that people shouldn't be trying these workarounds (which violate the terms of their API agreement) if they don't want to risk losing their Twitter access completely. This isn't a hard problem for Twitter to solve.

  • http://www.youtube.com/matthewmspace matthewmspace

    If you do use this method and you don't already have a token, please use Paypal (or email him to ask him the best way) to donate the $2 it cost on the Play Store to Joaquim to encourage him to keep developing the app and show that we support him.

  • Daniel

    Is there a way to/can I share my twitter dev data with friends so we can all just use one dev account? Or can I just put my dev data on say XDA and let everyone who wants to have access?

  • ciffwiff

    That makes a ll kinds of crazy sense dude.


  • stephenUSA

    I got the app loaded using the hidden method. I put the 2 dev keys in. When I tap the logon to Twitter button I get an error. Something about automatic settings of my time & date off the network. My time and date is automatic.

    • Tucker Mulcahy

      Same here, trying to figure it out.

      • stephenUSA

        I got it working. The optional field on the dev screen is not optional. I think it is the callback field. I think I used http://twitter.com.

        • Tucker Mulcahy

          This worked for me, thanks a ton!

          However now I have a new problem where it loads up and displays the screen and then goes back to the previous app, no crash dialogue box though.

          • stephenUSA

            I haven't had it crash. sometimes clear data or reboot can fix a crash. but. I really don't know.

    • marduk191

      This may be 6 month old, but it needs to be in the instructions lol. Thanks for sharing the fix.

  • Cyc

    So did al the steps. Logged in but now the app keeps closing itself when i open it. Help!?

  • r00t4rd3d

    I dont use twitter but I dont see why they are such dbags about 3rd party clients.

  • TGMann

    I'm surprised twitter hasn't considered buying the Falcon pro software - such a good client!

  • agl82

    Shit like this is why I don't use Twitter to begin with. Ridiculous!

  • Mike Libbey

    how can he update the app then? will we receive updates or?

  • Ivan Autis

    Yay Working

  • undisclosed

    THANKS. You saved me time :)

  • Android User

    I managed to login but then the app suddenly closes. I can't open it now. What can be the problem? And is there any solution for this? Thank you!

    • Cyc

      Remove luckypatcher

  • Dave

    >>>life saving tip<<<< Thanks.

  • marvel

    for time and date error uninstall the app alltogether then reinstall it. go directly to custom login as detailed in process above as the first thing after install this will solve the problem

  • Problem fixed

    For all those people struggling with the 'time/date' error: I bet you've thought 'let me type it manually, I don't make mistakes.' Please, I did it myself three times and the error didn't leave. So: Email the codes to your phone and copy/paste it. But: make sure that when you copy the code isn't cut off by your email-app due a small screen. Turn your phone, copy, paste, enjoy!

  • Angela Johnson

    Thank you! Instructions were very clear and worked like a charm :-)

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  • vgergo

    So if falcon pro collects these key and secret pairs in a centralized manner, theoretically it would be enough to collect 1000 of these to cover a 100 million users? Why should every single user make a new key-secret pair?

  • LoKi ToNo

    New phone cant log in even after i add my own key. I get this message http://imgur.com/dp4QIMc
    I am on my wifi and 4g

  • Jen

    Mine keeps saying error make sure your time and date settings are correct O_O

    • Bob Lee swagger

      Mines too anybody found a way around this?

      • RemiV2

        Just complete the "callback" space on the website and try again. Worked for me


    hell yeah ....... it worked (y)

  • enquiring_mind

    This absolutely works, and the app is great. Much thanks.

  • Vineeth

    After pasting the api key and the secret also if i press on log in it says error set your time to automatic eventhough my time setting are auto please fix

  • RemiV2

    I love that guy guy. He completely making fun of twitter by making an app that is way better than the original, and then he manages to get around all twitter restrictions.
    And the idea to have to shake the device to unlock the log in function. Genius

  • Dale

    I don't see a "Consumer key" and "Consumer secret" in my Details section on dev.twitter.com. Has twitter renamed name? I see an API key in Details. And I can get an API key and secret or Access token and token secret in the API Key section.

    • Dale

      So API key and API secret are what you want now. They're under the "API keys" tab. API key is available in the Details tab, but not the secret.

  • Byron

    I cant log in, I did everything carefully. I got error "check your date (it should be automatic from the net)", I tryed many times

  • http://about.me/zschmeez zschmeez

    I keep getting "Error - make sure your time/date settings are correct (automatic from network)."

  • Hamza

    I have the app working in mu Note2 but when I change to Note3 ,I cant login any more why?
    May you help me?

  • Iqbal

    I am getting this error when I try to login after the secret API key is accepted. "Error - make sure your date/time settings are correct (automatic from network)". I tried removing the check from set by network under time settings, still does not work. what should I do?

  • HazqmHD

    it dosent work now have a new ways?

  • http://www.jopv.net/ Jop

    They should make an app.net client.