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Fill in your Application Details: It's been easy so far, but this screen often makes people confused. Don't worry, it's a lot easier than you think. First of all you need to give your app a unique name (one that no one else has used for their Twitter app). Since we're going to create an app for personal use and not for other people who can register and use, so just put your domain name in or perhaps even your name. You don't have to worry much about the descriptions you can change this later. I have put "a set of Twitter tools for personal use". Put your website in the website field– don't worry that it isn't (as Twitter ask) your application's publicly accessible home page. However, this website will be where your app is hosted.For now ignore the Callback URL field. If you are allowing users to log into your app to authenticate themselves, you'd enter the URL where they would be returned after they've given permission to Twitter to use your app. Once you've done this, make sure you've read the "Developer Rules Of The Road" blurb, check the "Yes, I agree" box, fill in the CAPTCHA (don't you just love them) and click the "create your Twitter Application" button. Hurrah! You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Fill in your Application Details: It's been easy so far, but this screen often makes people confused. Don't worry, it's a lot easier than you think. First of all you need to give your app a unique name (one that no one else has used for their Twitter app). Since we're going to create an app for personal use and not for other people who can register and use, so just put your domain name in or perhaps even your name. You don't have to worry much about the descriptions you can change this later. I have put "a set of Twitter tools for personal use". Put your website in the website field– don't worry that it isn't (as Twitter ask) your application's publicly accessible home page. However, this website will be where your app is hosted.For now ignore the Callback URL field. If you are allowing users to log into your app to authenticate themselves, you'd enter the URL where they would be returned after they've given permission to Twitter to use your app. Once you've done this, make sure you've read the "Developer Rules Of The Road" blurb, check the "Yes, I agree" box, fill in the CAPTCHA (don't you just love them) and click the "create your Twitter Application" button. Hurrah!
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