CLEAN YOUR TWITTER FEED (no ads, no in-app purchases, no push notifications)
- SWIPE left to unfollow.
- That's it.
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Developers: @JaredTMoskowitz and @cwRichardKim
"I'm obsessed" - @jayydodd
"THIS IS SO GREAT" - @audgiechu
"the game will never be the same" - @freshouttheboat
"better than sex" - @tanaymodi1
"narcissism at its finest" - @gwulfs
"follow me @dbaigel1" - @dbaigel1
"omg my quote can't possibly live up to any of these" - @ncsrhn
Built at Tufts PolyHack (Oct, '14) by @JaredTMoskowitz and @cwRichardKim
More info about Tufts Hackathons: http://tuftscsx.github.io/
This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.
- Cards tell you whether the user follows you back (only works with < 5000 followers)
- Clicking on a user's name takes you to that user's profile
- Small bug fixes and improvements
- Also, uh... we may or may not have made it so you can't unfollow us on our own app
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
It's as if I hadn't tweezed my eyebrows in years and was finally handed a pair of tweezers. Ahhhh, huge sigh of relief. When I realized that most of the content on my Twitter feed was crap I didn't care to read, and that I'd also mysteriously butt-followed weird people like "Darryl" whose profile picture was him holding a semi automatic weapon and who loved to tweet philosophical misspelled rap lyrics and vitriolic climate change denial, my tactic for clearing out my feed was reading through the last hour of content and manually investigating every sketchy or inane tweet and unfollowing the authors. It is also helping with how insecure I feel about my embarrassing following/follower ratio. Ain't nobody wanna feel like an irrelevant unibrow fangirl. I am making myself look much more popular and important with each swipe left. Thanks Twindr.
Excellent app, room for improvement
Works well. Great way for me to cut out of the fluff from my Twitter feed.
I think it would cool if I had the ability to randomize cards or change the order. It shows everyone in the order that I followed them, when realistically the people I may want to unfollow are probably farther back in the list.
Simple to use with a lovely UI.
Not a big user of Twitter, really—it's mostly just used as a newsfeed of sorts—but Twindr made it a far more streamlined affair of getting rid of the cruft.
…Also reviewing as a way of showing you that, contrary to your reddit-linked article, there are those among us who care enough. Even if it takes a li'l extra prodding. ;)
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.