Last week Twitter blocked access to several third party apps from UberMedia, including Android Twitter client Twidroyd and iPhone and BlackBerry app UberTwitter. At the time, the company said these apps infringed on Twitter’s trademark and posed privacy questions.

Now UberMedia has made changes to both apps and Twitter has turned back on the social media hose. The biggest change that users will notice is that UberTwitter has been renamed UbserSocial to avoid any trademark issues.

Users will have to update to the newest versions of the apps once they’re made available in order to access their tweets.

via TechCrunch

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