A New Facebook App Allows Users To Name Enemies
Facebook is known all over the world as a social network that connects people to their friends and their interest, as well as post photos of their family and even embed their favorite videos. Is Facebook becoming too monotonous and friendly that making friends is all what you can do on the site?
The answer to that question is yes, according to a report and one app developer. Enter EnemyGraph, a free Facebook app that lets users to list their enemies instead of making friends. The app works by connecting Facebook users on things they dislike and point out a difference you have with a friend and offer it up for conversation, as opposed to a similarity.
This new Facebook app takes a different approach and is completely opposite on the social school of thought where everything has to be based on mutual interests and shared experiences.
The dislike button feature has been sought and supported by many Facebook users for years which hasn't been implemented by Facebook and the EnemyGraph is surely a welcome treat for other Facebook users who believe that not all entities - a group, a company, a person or anything else are friends but there are enemies, too.
Currently, the top trending enemies in EnemyGraph are Internet Explorer, McDonalds, Justin Bieber and fake tans.
Now whether this new app will take off and have the support of the majority of Facebookers and social media critics remains to be seen.