When Instagram users to update their smartphone to the latest version of the photo-sharing application that came out today, they will notice something missing: ‘Find Friend’ on Twitter.
Twitter while in camp, they will get the message: “‘Unable to Find Friends’. Twitter no longer provide access to users through the API Twitter Instagram. We apologize for the inconvenience.”
According to TechCrunch, Twitter has chosen to turn off the API Instagram although other social applications, such as The Fancy and Foursquare, still have access. There may be many reasons for this.
Instagram photo sharing applications today announced that it has 80 million users are able to compete with Facebook, since Instagram now owned by the giant social network, or it could be that Twitter users want more control over the platform.
A Twitter spokesman told CNET, “We understand that there is great value associated with the data charts Twitter, and we can confirm that Twitter is no longer available for Instagram.” This shows Twitter like Instagram pay for the use of the API.