Twitter #music goes the way of the Flappy Bird, pulled from App Store as service prepares to shut down

Remember Twitter #music? Apparently not many people do, and as a result Twitter has decided to pull the app from the iOS App Store today and shut the service down completely next month. According to a pair of tweets posted on the official @TwitterMusic account, the app will be removed from the App Store later today and all streaming service will end on April 18th—one year after the app first launched.

If you hurry, you can probably still grab a copy of the app to use until then.

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Comments

  1. Lee (@leemahi) - 9 years ago

    I can’t resist not commenting on a Flappy Bird post! My high score is 229! God it was awful, 3am on my 100th try, finger half dead. It was epic!

  2. Carmen Rodriguez Lleras - 9 years ago

    Since Flappy Bird has been yanked, I’ve been playing “Flappy Feathers – The adventure of a Tiny Dopey Bird by Jeffrey Domingo. I’ve tried other clones and this is the best.