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New app deletes drunken messages on Facebook
The application is available on iPhone for 1.19 pounds.
London: iPhone has developed a new application using which, one could delete messages on Facebok and Twitter that were put out when one was in a drunk state.
The new iPhone application - called "Last Night Never Happened" - that can be bought for 1.19 pounds, deletes all "embarrassing" social network activity, including status updates, tweets, photos and comments, over a set period, The Sun reported.
Using the application is very easy. A user simply has to enter the time he or she started drinking, and all posts from their Facebook and Twitter accounts would be deleted since that time.
Programmer Daniel Cowen, who developed the application, said: "We all get carried away sometimes and end up posting embarrassing tweets and photos of ourselves and our friends, forgetting that all of our Facebook and Twitter contacts can see them, family and potential employers included."
"'Last Night Never Happened' is the life-saving app that will help you avoid letting those posts spread on the internet and save you a lot of embarrassment."
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