Flux Launches Open-Source Alternative Twitter Front-end Focused on Privacy.

Nitter is making Twitter private and protecting your information, Flux network supports their mission.

Nitter is a free and open-source alternative Twitter front-end focused on privacy. The source is available on GitHub at https://github.com/zedeus/nitter

  • All requests go through the backend, the client never talks to Twitter
  • Prevents Twitter from tracking your IP or JavaScript fingerprint
  • Unofficial API (no rate limits or developer account required)
  • Lightweight
  • RSS feeds
  • Themes
  • Mobile support (responsive design)
  • AGPLv3 licensed, no proprietary instances permitted

Why use Nitter on Flux?

It’s basically impossible to use Twitter without JavaScript enabled. If you try, you’re redirected to the legacy mobile version which is awful both functionally and aesthetically. For privacy-minded folks, preventing JavaScript analytics and potential IP-based tracking is important, but apart from using the legacy mobile version and a VPN, it’s impossible.

Check it out now here: https://home.runonflux.io/, select apps, and view. You are now on the decentralized Flux network!

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