Furthermore, we know pretty well how Apple will behave and what sort of rules we’ll need to follow in the future. They’ve been consistent since the App Store’s launch. But Twitter has proven to be unstable and unpredictable, and any assurances they give about whether something will be permitted in the future have zero credibility.
I sure as hell wouldn’t build a business on Twitter, and I don’t think I’ll even build any nontrivial features on it anymore.
And if I were in the Twitter-client business, I’d start working on another product.
Operationen lyckades, patienten dog. Å andra sidan säger Paul Haddad på Tapbots som nedan så vi får väl se.
The sky is not falling, I’d obviously prefer that there wasn’t any cap, but the current cap is pretty huge and we aren’t going anywhere.
— Paul Haddad (@tapbot_paul) August 16, 2012