UnfollowSpy gains Instagram support, stalk your stalkers
Need to keep track of your followers and who you follow on Twitter? Maybe you’re not that narcissistic and instead manage an account for a brand. Whatever the reason, UnfollowSpy is the app on Windows Phone that we really like for managing who we follow on Twitter. The app just received a pretty big update. The big change? Support for managing your Instagram account. Let’s check out what all is new in UnfollowSpy for Windows Phone.
Quick recap. UnfollowSpy is an app on Windows Phone that allows you access to certain follower metrics on Twitter. You can see things like who follows you that you don’t follow back, who you follow that doesn’t follow you back, new followers, recently lost followers and more. It’s a pretty powerful tool if you need to manage a Twitter account like that.
So what’s new in version 2.0 of UnfollowSpy for Windows Phone? The following:
- Instagram support added!
- Allows opening profiles in Twitter or 6tag
- Individual progress bars for each account during refresh
- Now allows navigating through app during refresh
- Allow refresh under Lock screen for large accounts
- Other bug fixes and improvements
Instagram support has been a big piece of feedback from users of UnfollowSpy and it’s finally here. The app will now let you add any number of Instagram or Twitter accounts for you to manage. You can also tap on a profile to expand it with more info or have it open the specific profile in either Twitter or 6tag.
The app is a solid way to manage and take control of your followers on either Twitter or Instagram. You should definitely head to the Windows Phone Store to get UnfollowSpy. It’s a free app, but in-app purchases allow you to remove ads and/or add features.
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