Thank you for using MyAnimeList.
We are currently reviewing the steps necessary to complete development of a new API, which would allow third party applications to function again. Up until this point, third party applications have made use of an older API to interface with MAL, allowing them to interact with the site and function. When the API was disabled at the end of May, this caused the majority of third party applications to stop functioning, as they were no longer able to interact with the site. It was also at this time that we elected to remove the official MyAnimeList application from the Google Play Store. In the spirit of fair competition, we intend to keep the official application only available to those who already had it downloaded, until such a time as third party applications are again available.
At this point we have no other information to share, but aim to provide bi-weekly updates on the situation.
Thank you for your patience, understanding and continued support of MyAnimeList.
In short, we still do not know when the new API will be finished. While some work on using the new API was done in April/May for MAL Updater OS X, they pulled the private beta. We currently do not know when the API will be finished as their statement suggests. This means that it will take weeks, if not months for them to complete the new API. We do not intend to do any workarounds until the official API returns.
With that, the Unofficial MAL API will be taken down by the end of September since the old API will not returning and most of the main functionality will not work since it depends on the old API. We intend to have all our MyAnimeList apps (MAL Updater OS X, MAL Library (list updating and basic info only), and Shukofukurou) to use the official API exclusively once it releases. Note that it will probably take less time to implement the new API for MAL Updater OS X since the work is done, but it may need a few changes if there are any differences since the new API was last up.
We apologize for the continued inconvenience for over 100 days. This situation is out of our hands, but hopefully it will end well.