The Instagram app does not tell you who un-follows you when it happens. The only thing you see is a decreasing number of followers, and you are left staring down at the app wondering who unfollowed you. There may be an app that could help with that.
If you’re wondering who your unfollowers are, The most basic way to do it is by manually monitoring follower count and some particular users. If you notice your follower’s count goes down, you can then investigate the “Following” lists of those specific users to verify whether they are still following you or not. But this is a very time-consuming and impractical work especially if you have a lot of followers that fluctuate regularly. It will be better to use a tool that keeps track of your follows and unfollows.
There are a few good third-party apps out there that can help you out. Listed below are three different examples of such apps.
Follow Meter for Instagram
Follow Meter is an app gives insight about your Instagram popularity including followers, unfollowers, secret admirers and ghost followers. Once the app is downloaded and installed to your device, you will be asked to sign in to your Instagram account through the app.
Your dashboard will show you your unfollowers and also new followers, users who are not following you back and users who you are not following back. Some of the features are only accessible with in app purchases. According to some of the app’s reviews, Follow Meter has done well by adapting to the changes in the Instagram API, allowing users to still see who unfollowed them.
Follow Meter is available on both iOS and Android devices.
Followers Tracker Pro
Followers Tracker Pro is free to download app that yoou ca start using right away (with in-app purchases for extra features). This app is a simple follower/following tracker with a clean interface.
You can see the followers you’ve gained, followers you’ve lost, unfollowers and deleted likes and comments at one glance. Just Click on Lost Followers to see a list of your unfollowers.
You can even dig deeper into your followers by finding out your “ghosts followers,” seeing who is posting nearby, tracking your average number of likes per photo and much more. The app is updated multiple times per month, which is good because it is more likely to function properly as it integrates with the Instagram app. Followers Tracker Pro is available mainly on iOS.
Android users looking for a seriously elegant follower tracking app can check out Follow Cop as it is absolutely worth it. This app allows you see unfollowers, users who unfollowed you recently , ghost followers, top likers and lots more. Since the app only shows you who unfollowed you most recently, you will want to make sure to check your unfollowers frequently. Of these unfollowers, you will also be able to see if you do or do not follow them.
Follow Cop also lets you manage your followers more easily than doing it through the Instagram app. You can do mass unfollows of up to 20 users or more, use filters to find fake followers and connect up to three Instagram accounts at a time to use with the app.
Follow Cop is available on:Android
What to Do When You See Who Unfollowed You
Once you’ve used any of the above apps to see your unfollowers on Instagram, it’s then up to you to decide whether you should try and get those followers back, or simply forgive and forget them. If you choose to try to get them to come back, you’ll have to put a bit of time and energy into liking their posts, commenting on them and possibly even following them.
For businesses and brand builders, retaining followers and customers is usually pretty important. If you want to see how you can increase your following on Instagram, check out some of these tips.
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