In its second quarter earnings, Twitter disclosed that as many as 14 percent of the site's monthly active users (MAUs), or about 38 million people, were exclusively using third-party apps. That number was at 7 percent a year ago, meaning a growing amount of users of the service were not seeing ads on Twitter.com. In a new filing this week with the SEC, the company lowered that estimate to 11 percent, or around 8.9 million fewer than previously thought.
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