Using 3rd-party Tools like Circleboom for Twitter Accounts

You can use all features and tools of Circleboom with confidence.

We always strive to protect users' accounts from suspending and warn our users for aggressive following behavior. We do not share your data with anyone else nor perform actions without your consent. All Circleboom features and tools are developed to be in compliance with Twitter rules.
Circleboom never posts Tweets on behalf of the user unless requested, scheduled or automated by the user.
You may see some promotional Tweets mentioning @circleboom on Twitter. These Tweets are sent intentionally by the user.
Pro Tip: If someone posted a Tweet using your account you can get details about which application posted that Tweet easily since every Tweet keeps “who posted me” information within the Tweet metadata. (ie; on The Tweet Page)
Circleboom also protects users from the suspension of accounts.
We don't offer any bulk update modules or abusing bots. Due to Twitter’s regulations, bulk-unfollow and bulk-follows are prohibited in all Twitter ecosystems. When you open your “unfollowers” list, you need to click each “unfollow” button individually.
Some applications may provide such a feature but please note that Twitter monitors all accounts for aggressive following and follow churn and takes actions against the users and the applications who try to abuse the system (usually bans them). You may refer to Twitter’s rules & policies for the details.
To know more about our stance on community rules, you can refer to our blog post concerning Twitter policies:​ "What do we care and how we work?"
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