Who Unfollowed Me On Twitter? 4 Free Tools to Check

Twitter is a social media platform with more than 300 million users. Twitter doesn’t let you see who has unfollowed you, as it is not a feature that many social media platforms offer. But there are other ways to see who unfollowed you on Twitter. These hacks can be done with the help of various websites and apps. These tools are available for almost every social media site for example Instagram, Facebook, etc. So let us dive right in!

How To Find Who Unfollowed Me On Twitter?

Below we have listed a few of the websites that help to check who unfollowed me on Twitter.

1. Crowdfire Website

Crowdfire is a website that allows you to see who unfollowed you on Twitter and Instagram. This is a free website and anyone can use it but just like all free apps and websites you can only one account with this website.

Step 1

Open your browser and search for ‘ Crowdfire’ open the website.

Step 2

On the homepage of the website press the blue button that says “Sign in with Twitter”. After signing in you will find a column which would have the option that says “Recent unfollowers”, click on it will take you to a new page.

Step 3

Here you will find a list of the people who have recently unfollowed you on Twitter with their username.

2. Statusbrew

Moblie App

You can download the Statusbrew app from both your Android Play Store as well as the Apple App Store. You can only monitor one account from this app, if you want to add more accounts then you would have to buy the Premium version, with that out of the way let’s begin.

 Step 1

Install the Statusbrew Twitter Followers app and open it.

Step 2

After opening the app click on get started.

Step 3

Sign in to your Twitter account and then authorize the app.

Step 4

After this skip the tutorial and click on your account.

Step 5

Click on “New unfollowers” it will show you the list of people who have unfollowed you on twitter recently.

 

Statusbrew Website

Statusbrew also has a website that works just like the app but in a desktop format. Just like the app, it allows you to operate a single account at a time. Here is a guide for you on how to operate through the website.

Step 1

Navigate to the website and click on the blue button at the right-hand side corner of your screen that says ” Sign in”.

Step 2

Sign in with your Twitter account and then click on Authorize app.

Step 3

After this, a new page will open where you will be asked in to fill in your details like name, email id, etc. fill and click on “I am all set” which will be at the bottom.

Step 4

Then click on your Twitter name and you’ll be directed to a new page where you would see all your account details. On the left-hand side of the screen, you will see a column that has “New unfollowers” written on it, click on it and you will see all the new unfollowers.

3. WhoUnfollowedMe

WhoUnfollowedMe is also a free website that allows you to see who unfollowed me on Twitter. But it is only free if you have under 75,000 followers, if you have more than 75,000 followers then you would have to buy the premium membership. With that out of the way let’s begin

Step 1

Open your browser and go to the WhoUnfollowedMe website and sign in with Twitter.

Step 2

Authorize the app and then sign in.

Step 3 

Now you will be taken to your WhoUnfollwedMe account and on top, you will see the menu where Unfollowers would be written click on it and you’ll be able to see your Unfollowers.

4. Twitter Analytics

Twitter Analytics is a website that doesn’t show you your unfollowers but shows your twitter activity and growth. This is a website that helps you keep track of your twitter activity. This one is very easy yo use, you just go to their website and login to your twitter account and boom you’re all set up .

Conclusion

These websites and apps are the best when it comes to monitoring your Twitter accountS. These websites will notify who unfollowed you on Twitter from the day you have logged in to their service, they won’t be showing your previous Unfollowers because they will be enabled only when you create an account on their database.