The Best Free Twitter Unfollow Tools to Unfollow Non-Followers


Twitter is a great marketing and promotional tool for blogging, but only if it is used effectively.

When I started using Twitter nine years ago, I knew nothing about the marketing benefits of Twitter. I was tweeting like an amateur, and following users without a second thought. Over time, as I came to understand the hassle of social media noise, I began to de-clutter my social media accounts.

First, I became particular about the accounts that I would follow on Twitter. I started unfollowing users who were inactive or who did not add any value to my Twitter timeline.

I also unfollowed many followers who were not following me back.

I still frequently clean up my Twitter profile. And when I do, I start by unfollowing non-followers.

Today I will be sharing a list of tools that you can use to find those Twitter profiles that you are following, but are not following you back. If you plan to unfollow them, start by answering these questions:

  • Do you enjoy reading their tweets?
  • Do you personally know this particular Twitter user?

If your answer to either question is yes, then keep following those users.

But if you answer no to both, unfollow them!

5 Free Twitter unfollow tools for unfollowing users who do not follow you:

1. Circleboom

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Circleboom is a Twitter management tool that helps you to find the right profiles to be followed with its smart-yet-easy-to-use search module.

If you need to unfollow some of your friends, you can use unfollow module on Circleboom. It provides a handful of filters to help you to unfollow the ones not following you back, fake accounts, spammers, eggheads, or inactive accounts very fast and effective in comparison to its rivals.

Circleboom covers all the features that others have but with more affordable prices almost half of the closest rival’s price.  One of the differentiating features of Circleboom is RSS Tweets which enables you to connect your website/blog RSS feed to your Twitter account.

With its mobile-compatible, responsive design, Circleboom makes follow/unfollow tasks fun on the go.

2. CrowdFire

CrowdFire, formerly known as “JustUnfollow”, is one of the best free tool for Twitter to unfollow non-followers. You can sort the non-followers on a variety of factors including date of follow (so those old followers who never followed you back can get the boot). Every day you get to unfollow or follow 25 people for free using CrowdFire.

If you want to increase that daily limit, you can always upgrade to a paid subscription. CrowdFire also offers fully-functional iOS and Android apps, and it is probably the best Twitter management tool I have used on my Smartphone.

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(Also check out the SocialOomph Twitter service which is free and a really great Twitter tool.)

3. Twitter Mass Unfollow (Chrome extension)

This is a free Chrome extension that will let you mass unfollow people you are following or only the people who are not following you. The extension also lets you whitelist accounts so that you don’t unfollow them.

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I really like this addon, but the only problem is that it is too fast. It auto-stops after every minute to not violate Twitter automation rules, but I suggest you pause every 10-20 seconds to ensure your profile remains in good standing.

After installing this extension, head over to and click on extension icon, and select unfollow option to start unfollowing users. 

4. iUnfollow

iUnfollow is an interesting tool that let you unfollow those who are not following you back. This tool lets you log in using your Twitter Id, and shows you the profile of all users whom you can unfollow directly from the app.

5. ManageFlitter

ManageFlitter is a favorite Twitter tool for unfollowing non-followers. The new beta version lets you select multiple Twitter accounts and with one click you can unfollow them.

There are many other features such as the ability to find fake Twitter followers and the most talkative Twitter followers!  This tool will also let you effectively manage your Twitter account in general. Overall, ManageFlitter is one (free) tool that you will love.

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6. Tweepi Geeky Flush

For unfollowing your non-followers, you can use Geeky Flush. As the name suggests, this tool “flushes” the Twitter followers who do not follow you back.

Tweepi is a simple tool, and you can sort through the list and unfollow them one by one. Tweepi is not as fast as ManageFlitter, but it is very visually appealing.

Tweepi flush followers
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It’s a good idea to use one of these Twitter unfollow tools once in a while to keep your Twitter interface clean. Just be sure not to unfollow the Twitter accounts of blogs and companies, as they hardly ever follow anyone back!

  • Speaking of following blogs on Twitter, you can always follow us: @ShoutMeLoud

If you are using any similar tools that you have found particularly useful, please feel free to share them with us in the comments.  

Did you find this information useful?  Share it with your Twitter followers (who haven’t unfollowed you!)…

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A Blogger, Author and a speaker! Harsh Agrawal is recognized as a leader in digital marketing and FinTech space. Fountainhead of ShoutMeLoud, and a Speaker at ASW, Hero Mindmine, Inorbit, IBM, India blockchain summit. Also, an award-winning blogger.

46 thoughts on “The Best Free Twitter Unfollow Tools to Unfollow Non-Followers”

  1. Stanford Griffith

    This needs to be updated. Twitter’s API changes have generally destroyed many services.

  2. JoGeek

    Crowdfire no longer has features to manage followers/unfollowers. They’re only a content curation service now. ManageFlitter no longer has a free version; they are paid plans only, and the unfollower function is listed as “deprecated by request of Twitter.”

  3. Philip+Verghese+Ariel

    Hi Harsh,
    Thanks for sharing these amazing tools.
    There are a lot of dead woods in my twitter account. I thought of doing a manual cleaning. But now I am sure these tools will help me to do that process with much ease.
    ~ Philip

  4. kev

    Crowdfire is no longer free. I’ll be looking elsewhere.

  5. Gagan

    Nice post.
    I personally used Manageflitter and it’s amazing.
    Thanks for sharing other alternatives.

    1. Nick Danks

      Also now not free and very limited. 🙁

  6. saurabh

    Those tools which only offer you to follow ,unfollow limited people because of their paid policy, They are the most worst tool ever. These are not free tools ,stop making fool of us.

    Try “socialbro ” unfortunately it is not in the list but its actually better then those.

  7. Munna Hossain

    Excellent article Harsh.
    These tools are really helpful. Twitter is an important social networking site for the bloggers. We can get enough traffic from Twitter. You need to increase your followers on Twitter. Twitter unfollow tools help us to remove those users who didn’t follow back you. Using these tools we can increase out followers within a short time.

  8. Francis Osisiogu

    Honeatly i have been lookong for twitter tools but from the following recommendation i think i should try the 2nd one.. Will update you if it works

  9. Santanu

    Thanks you harsh for sharing this useful article. I didn’t knew that there are such tools also. Personally I am not active and successful in twitter. I think these tools will definitely help me to unfollow the non followers. Keep up the good work.

  10. Please update your article:
    “select multiple Twitter accounts and with one click you can unfollow them”

    This is incorrect.

    ManageFlitter does not bulk unfollow. Yes, you can search and curate to display a list of all the Twitter accounts you would like to unfollow BUT you do need to click unfollow manually for each account. Although, the interface and clicking is super quick so you can unfollow 100s of account in a matter of minutes.

    ManageFlitter does offer a Remote Account Management (RAM) service (it is a paid service) that allows you to select all the accounts you wish to unfollow, follow, mute, or block, in one go and then send it to an account manager who will do the clicking for you.

  11. Sir Apfelot

    Thanks for your article. I just gave crowdfire a chance to help me with twitter. Until now it looks quite interesting. The chatbot-kind of a helping hand is very nice. 😉

  12. Ssekito Umar

    I have personally been using TWEEPI not only to unfollow but also to follow users of my interest..its a great tool indeed.

  13. paul fenner

    These are great tips! Thank you very much. Do you think twitter will be relevant much longer? I am starting to grow board with it.

    1. Harsh Agrawal

      It’s gonna stay. Just in case you looking for new social media sites to explore, SnapChat & Instagram should be in your top-list.

  14. DNN

    quick question for you. How many people can you possibly unfollowed daily on twitter with the free twitter unfollow tool?

  15. Asim

    Hi Harsh,

    First I want to say thank you to give a list of such wonderful tool, I really need to clean my twitter since when I am new to twitter, I have followed many strangers.

    Thanks again 🙂

    1. Harsh Agrawal

      Hey Asim,

      Glad that you liked our list.

  16. Payal Kaur

    Hi Harsh,

    I am really thankful because of you shares these great tool for twitter. I was searching these types tools for my twitter account.

    Now by using these tool, my account will safe from some spammers.

  17. Joey

    Only Crowdfireapp is good to use for free….

  18. Playa Paper

    Great article! Do you have a recommendation for how to remove unfollowers from Instagram? Thank you again! xo

    1. sagar

      Hey! Playa papper. The tool crowdfire can do that task. Crowdfire integrates with both twitter and instagram.

  19. oscar

    Great post!

    I’m working with:, (90/90 free follows unfollows/day). (25/100 free follows unfollows/day).

    Thanks for post

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