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Now You’ll Have To Manually Check If Your Secret Crush Is Single On Facebook Again

So much for getting an automated notice when your ex-boyfriend who dumped you for your best friend … gets dumped. Breakup Notifier, the social networking app that scraped your friends list to let you know when someone dropped their “in a relationship” status, has been disabled by Facebook, as has the personal account of its creator Dan Loewenherz — after attracting some three million users. Though what’s this speculation about Facebook rethinking its decision?

By:           JD
On:           Feb 27, 2011
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    • Schteve
      Schteve

      Facebook’s developer policy (http://developers.facebook.com/policy/) clearly states that any app with more than 5 million monthly users, 100 million API calls a day, or 50 million views a day has to get their approval. Given that it jumped almost four million users in three days, it’s obvious it’s going to exceed these numbers. Facebook doesn’t have an issue with the actual service the app provides; it just needs to make sure it follows some additional restrictions if it’s going to be so popular.

      Feb 27, 2011 at 3:01 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • jud.ykkk
      jud.ykkk

      I love BiRomances.c’0m because where I live I never have the opportunity to talk with other bisexuals. It’s wonderful to be able to talk to someone else. because it gives me a chance to interact romantically with other women and men in a way I’m not able to at home. Maybe with a chance of meeting them.I hope you will love it.

      Mar 1, 2011 at 1:28 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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