"Who Deleted Me?" — Ever Wanted To Find Out Who Un-Friended You on Facebook?

Have you ever had the feeling that you had more friends on Facebook last week than you do now? Want to know who took the time to un-friend you? Now you can find out with a new app called "Who Deleted Me?".

Have you ever had the feeling that you had more friends on Facebook last week than you do now? Want to know who took the time to un-friend you? Now you can find out with a new app called “Who Deleted Me?”.


According to its Facebook page, “Who Deleted Me?” is officially approved by Facebook and fully searchable in the app directory – so it’s a legitimate way to find out which “friend” is no longer really a friend.

The app itself automates the friending and un-friending tracking process for you. It allows you to see who unfriended you in the last day, week or month, and it sends an email to you whenever a friend is added or un-friends you. The app’s creator notes that it will only send you an email when activity actually takes place, so as not to spam your inbox.

Nikolay Dimitrov, developer for New Brand Vision Group and the creator of “Who Deleted Me?” explains why he created the app:

“I got the idea from my own curiosity of wanting to know who had de-friended me on Facebook. One day I woke up and my friend count had dropped from 280 to 278 and I just couldn’t figure out who had deleted me! While there seemed to have been a lot of attempts made in the past to leverage this kind of data, none felt straightforward enough to make me want to use them, which is why I created my own.”

If you want to find out who un-friended you, all you have to do is visit the “Who Deleted Me?” website and connect with Facebook. From the time you sync with this app, it will begin tracking new friends as well as people who un-friend you, and it will send you an email whenever an un-friending occurs. Unfortunately, it looks like this app can’t go into your past data and find out who un-friended you prior to connecting with “Who Deleted Me?”.

There are currently just over 1100 users of this application, but we suspect that many more out there are curious to find out who’s going around un-friending them.