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July 19, 2011

Find Users Who Unfollowed You On Twitter

Filed under: Twitter — Tags: , , — Kabir @ 3:14 pm

Here is an interesting online Twitter tool for all those “Twit-ter-atties” out there. JustUnFollow.com, as the name suggests is a simple Twitter app that allows you to find all those users who un-followed you recently. Not just this, the app may also be able to help you find people who didn’t follow you at all, in addition to finding your fans.

It’s a simple app, which is free to use and can be accessed by signing-in with your Twitter account. Another feature of justUnFollow.com was, that it has a certain whitelist. This whitelist is used mainly to outline or highlight those who did not follow or Unfollowed you. Whether you had a 100 unfollowers or a 10,000 unfollowers, JustUnFollow is never far behind to find all of them and present it in front of you in the form of a comprehensive list.

All you have to do is click on the “JustUnfollow” icon and then login with your Twitter account. The icon’s snapshot is shown below.

Once you click on this icon, you would be required to login with your Twitter account. Once logged-in, the app will automatically analyze your profile and present a list of users who “Unfollowed” you recently.

Coming to the popularity of the web site, it has around 326,000 registered users, with an Alexa Rank of 4991 (Meaning, that the web site is among the top 5000 web sites in the world). Besides these statistics, there are around half a million “Unfollows” using this app everyday.

Try this app out and don’t forget commenting. Keep reading!

Our Rating: 3/5 | www.JustUnFollow.com

1 Comment »

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