On a more serious note, many Facebook Friends lists crawl with so called “Friends” who lie dormant in there, simply because there was no mutual interest between you and them.
Some people have a healthy habit of purging their friends list once in a while. They remove all the uninteresting names and get rid of spammers, humans they never talked to, profiles they never intend to check out, buddies who never said anything in the past years and so on.
However, it is frustrating and time consuming to just browse through all of them and manually Unfriend each. Some Facebook users also feel guilty for doing this. But not anymore!
Now you can cleanse your friends list, profile and news feed with the Duster. No, it is not that car from Renault, it is an app. Actually, this new free app helps you remove Facebook friends in a very simple manner without making you feel like an executioner passing the final judgement. The Duster selects those Facebook Friends you barely interacted with lately. Also, it pinpoints friends who are not a regular part of your Facebook life, but who are of true interest to you. As an example, maybe you never commented on some local VIP’s wall, but you read his / her posts religiously.
The Duster will make a difference among people you forgot, people who are of little or no importance to you and people you might want to stay in touch with. It will present you the results in the shape of a pinboard. Seeing everybody gathered there and listening to the app’s recommendations, you can make educated choices whether to remove some friends from your social circle or relight the fire of true friendship. In other words, the free app helps you remove Facebook friends but also reminds you that some people are there waiting for you to give a sign of life.
In order to use the Dust, you have to allow it to access your Facebook profile. Don’t worry, the Dust will only give you suggestions, it will not remove some of your friends on its own will and power. You can use the app not only to make room for new interesting people to stay in touch with, but also to have a clear picture of the ones you kind of lost along the way.