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Who Deleted Me Facebook App Allow Users To See Who Deleted Them

by onJuly 9, 2015
 

Finally there is help at hand for those Facebook users who have hundred of followers. One in all the issues of getting several followers and friends is that you simply don’t know that who has deleted you from the friends list. Who Deleted Me App Deleted for both Android and iOS allows users to stay track of their friends list and find out who deleted them.

According to TheNextWeb.com, the app is similar to who Unfollowed Me for Twitter, that tells the users once friends have disappeared from their list and whether or not they have deactivated their accounts or actually deleted the user.

When the users transfer the app it’ll not show them friends who have deleted them within the past. It will only start tracking from the time the user activate it. Also, it shows the users their newest friends, people they have chosen to block and a ‘last seen’ stamp for everyone in their list.

According to the Who Deleted Me on Facebook page, it seems that the app’s webpage is running slowly from high traffic, and it’s not nevertheless operating for many users. Several are protestant that they can not delete the program once put in.

Around 31,000 users have hit the “like” button on the Who Deleted Me on Facebook page. it’s unclear whether or not the page’s directors square measure notified each time someone “unlike” them.

The App has been created by Exeter-based developer Anthony Kuske and is accessible without charge on Android and iOS. There’s additionally a free browser extension for Chrome.

Some other similar apps that track friend deletions are found to gather usernames and passwords. Hopefully Facebook’s new policies can facilitate to filter them out.

The app won’t to be accessible on Facebook until April 2015, however had to be removed when Facebook updated its policies.

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