Native mobile applications can apply for xAuth access,
http://dev.twitter.com/pages/xauth which allows an application to exchange a
login & password for an OAuth access token. Instagram & Seesmic both use
xAuth to simplify this flow.

Depending on how deeply your application needs to use Twitter, I would also
recommend evaluating other options like Web Intents
http://dev.twitter.com/pages/intents

@episod <http://twitter.com/episod> - Taylor Singletary


2011/4/9 ジェローム <jeromesa...@gmail.com>

> I would like to know how iPhone Apps like Seesmic or Instagram connect
> to the Twitter account. They don't use any webview. I can do an app
> connecting with Oauth through a webview but how do these apps manage
> the connection?
>
> Do these apps have some special permissions/way to connect ?
>
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