So far, I didn't know that Twitter has the API comments like Facebook.
Twitter has third-party application that allow for registered user using them account for register/login on the trusted application/web application. For example, Using Twitter ID for log in the Stackexchange sites. Since I don't know the Twitter API comments service, I would like to give you another API comments suggestion which your audience can use their Twitter ID for commenting in your web apps, blog, and soon. Here's below:
Livefyre (product name: Community Comments). Livefyre Community Comments replaces your default comments with real-time conversations. Our social integration features make it easy to capture all the conversations going on about your posts across Twitter and Facebook, and pull your friends into the conversation.. (from: Community Comments from Livefyre).
It's free. Then, there were many features you can get, here's below:
- Admin dashboard
- Explore Community Comments Features
Disqus is a free service that enables great online communities. As the web’s most popular discussion
system, Disqus is used by millions of websites that cover pretty
much any topic imaginable. Our magic is in connecting people to
stuff worth talking about. (from: about
Disqus is free to use and works with virtually any type of
website and you can easily import all your existing comments. The
- Easy to add anywhere, Wordpress, Tumblr, Blogger, and more.
- Import existing content and export anytime you would like.
- Simple and quick configuration.
- Adapts with your website's design and colors.
- You can use social community API for commenting, like Twitter ID
There are still plenty of services like that. It's possible, not only developer but also community develop the vanilla of Twitter API for next commenting services.