It was bitter sweet news for us here at BluNET to hear that a fellow loyalty bot was shutting down after 2 years of operation. Revlo announced on May 26th, 2017 in the a blog post that it would be gone as of June 16th, 2017. It is also very concerning for communities who are firmly embedded into Revlo and we understand that here at BluNET. Fear not though, Ultimate Twitch Bot 3 is ready to pick up where Revlo left off.
There are several reasons Ultimate Twitch Bot 3 may be required to run as an Administrator before it will behave properly. In the article below I will detail the various reasons and we’ll discuss the best method for permanently running Ultimate Twitch Bot 3 as an Administrator.
Every couple of years I have completely revamped the Ultimate Twitch Bot application from it’s first release back in 2013, through 2.0, 3.0 and now 4.0! Well it’s that time again and I would like to share some of the exciting new changes we can expect in Ultimate Twitch Bot 4.0 with you day!
I’ve decided to maintain a casual blog about the various shenanigans I get in. You could see topics here related to my personal life to Ultimate Twitch Bot to Pokemon Go or any other latest and greatest game. I hope to further share my findings, knowledge and plans with the community through this blog.
This is the first step towards what I hope will become something great, albeit one step at time. So stay tuned and we’ll see where this goes together!