Elon Musk said he had a “good conversation” with Tim Cook during a meeting at Apple headquarters that apparently resulted in an agreement on the status of Twitter’s iOS app. We will remind that recently Musk complained that Apple threatened to remove Twitter from the App Store.

“Among other things, we resolved a misunderstanding regarding the potential removal of Twitter from the App Store,” wrote Musk. “Tim made it clear that Apple never considered doing this”.

Musk never said what was the root cause of Apple’s problem with the Twitter app. But Twitter’s former head of trust and safety said Apple has in the past flagged various problems with its app review process.

Musk’s recent tweets did not mention whether Cook had addressed his other complaints. In addition to the App Store issue, Musk has also joined developers criticizing The App Store’s 30 percent “secret tax” on in-app purchases. Musk reportedly delayed the relaunch of Twitter’s Blue subscription to avoid fees.