Twitter has opened up its full archive for developers, and now the developers can access tweets from as early as 2006. Earlier these tweets were could only be accessed by enterprise API customers.
” Starting today, the full-archive search endpoint is available in beta. This new endpoint on the premium Search Tweets API provides access to every public Tweet currently on Twitter, all the way back to @jack’s first Tweet in 2006. This marks the first time that this data is available outside of the annual contracts and pricing commitments of Twitter enterprise APIs,’ the company said in a blog post.
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