The only way you can find out who unfollowed you on the Twitter website or app is by visiting their page and looking it up yourself. This seems like a tedious job and considering how people might have hundreds of followers, it is impractical as well. Now, this is where seeking services from a third party comes in. The condition for these services is that you need to give them permission to access your data on Twitter. This is required in order for these apps to track your followers and people who unfollowed me on Twitter.

Giving access to a third party sounds suspicious and in fact, it might be. Nevertheless, you should be practically safe as long as you stick to the genuine options. You can always disconnect these apps from your Twitter account if you are doubtful of them.

How to keep your account safe?

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Third-party apps, although do seem to invade your privacy, are the most effective solution to your question ‘who unfollowed me on Twitter?’. These apps might put your data at risk of getting hacked as they require you to log in with your Twitter account. To prevent this, if and when you delete them make sure you disable these apps as well. Else, you might still be granting them open, ongoing access to your Twitter account. Once you decide to no longer use them, instead of just signing out, remember to deactivate or delete your account within those apps.

Popular third-party apps:

Some useful apps to help know who unfollowed me on Twitter are-

  • Who.Unfollowed.Me:
  1. Go to your web browser and type in the link https://who.unfollowed.me to get into the site. For accounts with followers under 75,000, it is free for use.  
  2. At the topmost right corner, click on the sign-in with Twitter button.
  3. Now sign in with your Twitter account and authorize the app. To use the service, you need to give permission to the site to view and modify your Twitter account. Rest assured, they will not post anything on your behalf.
  4. To see the list of accounts that unfollowed you, click on the unfollowers link at the top. Note that it will only start showing if anyone unfollows you from this point on. Your past unfollowers will not show up on the page.
  • Unfollower Stats:
  1. Go to https://www.unfollowerstats.com or install it for iPhone or iPad. Accounts with followers under 30,000 can use this service for free with ads.  Users with more followers need to pay a premium subscription to use this service.
  2. Click on sign in with Twitter and login with your Twitter account username and password.
  3. Unfollower Stats will ask you for permission to manage and view your tweets, profile, and other data. They will also guarantee to not like or post anything on your behalf.
  4. Now, go to your dashboard. The first time you sign in they will redirect you automatically to your dashboard. In the Unfollowers section, you can see who unfollowed you. Note that just like in the previous app discussed, Unfollower Stats can only inform you about the unfollowers from the moment you start using its services and not the ones prior to using it.
  • Who Unfollowed Me on Twitter

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This app is for the use of iPhones and iPads only. 

  1. This app is free and you can download it from https://apps.apple.com/us/app/who-unfollowed-me-on-twitter/id468155091  or by searching ‘Who Unfollowed Me on Twitter’ on Apple Store.
  2. Launch the app and sign in.
  3. It will ask for permission to view and manage your profile and tweets. This is to get the data of your unfollowers. The app allows you to directly unfollow those people too.
  4. Tap the refresh button after signing in. The app shows you your followers, accounts you are following, etc.
  5. Tap on recently unfollowed to see unfollowers. The app will track your unfollowers from this point.
  • Unfollowspy:
  1. Go to https://www.unfollowspy.com. This website is free.
  2. Click on ‘Sign in with Twitter’ and log in. Unfollowspy doesn’t require a lot of permissions but it will not post in your timeline unless you give it permission to do so. For this, make sure to select the preference of not giving Unfollowspy permission to post your stats.
  3. Now, click on ‘manage users’ at the top left panel.
  4. Click on ‘unfollowed’. It will begin to track your unfollowers from now.
  • Zebraboss: 

While not a very robust option, it has the perk of not requiring you to sign in or give access to your Twitter account. It will send you an email daily of the list of your unfollowers.

  1. Go to https://www.zebraboss.com. It is free as long as your followers are below 1000. Otherwise, you need to subscribe to the paid version.
  2. Type your Twitter username into the first box in the @yourtwittername format.
  3. Type in your email address in the text box.
  4. Click on “subscribe” for the report. To stop using this service, you can unsubscribe anytime using the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the email.
  • Twitter Karma:
  1. Go to http://dossy.org/twitter/karma and sign in with your Twitter account.
  2. Press the blue ‘Authorize App’ button.
  3. You will be redirected to the Twitter Karma page where you need to press the blue ‘Whack!’ button.
  4. This step takes some time depending on your number of followers.
  5. Once complete, you can view everyone on Twitter who follows you. The ‘show’ filter in the drop-down menu lets you know mutual friends, people you follow, and those who follow you. Using the only following filter, you can find a person you are following but isn’t following you back anymore.
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