Nitter is fine, but I want to login and make comments on Twitter, and the pages feed element is blocked for me. I need an alternative. Thank you.


as far as I’m aware, they poke at the Reddit API in the same way the official app pokes at the Reddit API (minus all the new crust reddit added like RPAN and chat). what’s wrong with using OAuth for login?

3rd party clients are not same as proxy frontends. The reddit clients use official channel for access and authentication, whereas proxy frontends on client end are making no contact with reddit servers. This is why with former you can login and comment, but not with latter.

While proxy frontends give you 100% anonymity, 3rd party clients are less anonymous obviously.

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