Falcon Pro is back in the news after reaching the twitter API Limits again and this time it is very good news in fact. And from now on, Falcon Pro users may need not worry about hitting the twitter API limits again.
The developer has moved Falcon Pro from Google Play to an exclusive website and resurfaces on its own website, and the app has a little secret.
The Falcon Pro Developer has basically made Twitter’s weird API limits null for the app by making it available publicly with an option to use the “secret keys” of any new twitter developer app (which can be created by anyone by going to dev.twitter.com) and letting users use those keys inside the Falcon Pro app making it almost a new twitter app for everyone who uses it. By doing so, the twitter API limits apply to individual who just created the app instead of the single app created by Developer. By adopting this, the developer has virtually get away with the twitter API Limits .
The only problem here is even though it is a small one , is that the developer has hidden the custom login inside the app. You need to un-hide it. Find it. Its not that hard.
I won’t be showing you the trick, but I will give you some clues you can give it a shake.
Open the app and go to the login screen.
- Falcon can see things that humans CAN NEVER, make sure you take a good look at every Corner.
- Choose the right ones and leave what is left behind.
- Hope you find these clues useful and give it a fair shake.
By integrating this unique feature, Falcon Pro developer has basically made the app free. I am not sure if that’s the right thing to do from the developer point of view, but it basically gives the Falcon pro users a way to keep using the app without worrying about the Twitter API limits. Most of us hate the twitter API limits which virtually killed every good twitter client available on the web that made twitter so big.
You can get the latest version of Falcon Pro and the future updates from http://getfalcon.pro
Special thanks to Arnab Ghosh and Krish for their help.