Twitter says its application programming interface will add metadata for language translation and a streaming-only API mechanism for determining what tweets should be considered "high value," Matthew Panzarino writes. "It's unclear whether Twitter's own apps will begin using the filter metadata to only display tweets of a higher 'filter level', but it seems tailor-made for the Discover tab at least," he writes. Separately, Crashlytics says it's offering enterprise-level features for free to all users following its acquisition by Twitter.
Twitter touts API with new metadata
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