Have a look at:


<http://twitter.com/tos>Twitter generally does not charge for the use of
their API.


On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 01:44, astonishiastory <astonishiast...@gmail.com>wrote:

> My company built a web-based Twitter application to embed to phones.
> We are going to contract to phone manufacturers and agencies.
> There's no advertisement. Our application is going to embed to phones.
> User's don't pay about using it.
> 1. Should we pay to get a commercial API key or pay them?
> 2. If we pay, How much traffic can we use? We need infinite traffics.
> 3. What legal issues about using Facebook application name and icon?
> We are using name "myTwit", and newly designed icon.

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