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Twitter’s new API is still on its way.

Last week Twitter announced that it wouldn’t shut down its free API until today, and that it’d be replaced by a new system with a limited free option and a $100 a month plan. Now, the company says that update won’t be coming until... sometime, and that eventually there will be more details. I’d take that with a grain of salt.

Screenshot of a Tweet posted at 3:43PM ET on February 13th from @TwitterDev, reading: “There has been an immense amount of enthusiasm for the upcoming changes with Twitter API. As part of our efforts to create an optimal experience for the developer community, we will be delaying the launch of our new API platform by a few more days.  More information to follow over the coming days. Thank you for your continued interest and patience!”