Who Unfriended You On Facebook

Who Unfriended You On Facebook: If you have actually ever wondered why your Facebook pal count is down, there is now an application that informs you that specifically unfriended you.

Who Unfriended You On Facebook

The cost-free app for iOS and also Android is called Who Deleted Me, as well as it was spotted by Rachel Zarrell at BuzzFeed. It also is an internet browser expansion for Google Chrome.

It works by merely conserving a duplicate of your friend listing after you initially utilize That Deleted Me.

When you take another look at the application or internet browser extension, it will certainly compare your friend checklist with the saved variation-- which however means you can't see that unfriended you back in 2012.

It gives a list of who stopped being your pal on Facebook in addition to any brand-new good friends because the last time you were logged on.

Both the app and also the internet browser expansion will certainly identify whether you were the one to erase a pal and also whether somebody just deactivated their Facebook profile. Right here's a mock-up of just what the application looks like:

The application and site came to be so prominent this week that the site started running slower on Monday and at some point experienced some blackouts. That Deleted Me has considering that stated it has actually updated to larger web servers to cover the enhanced traffic.

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Site blackouts typically aren't the only concern for the new application. Back in February, the app's designer, Anthony Kuske, obtained a notification from the Facebook Group informing him that his application and also browser extension were producing a negative customer experience:

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Still, more than 36,000 individuals have liked the That Deleted Me app web page on Facebook, so there's undoubtedly an industry for it.

The application is not the very first of its kind. A web browser extension launched in 2015 called Unfriend Notify has approximately the exact same service, and there is also a Twitter version called WhoUnfollowedMe?.

So the next time you're debating unfriending your auntie who sends all those FarmVille requests, currently you may want to reconsider.