Have you ever freaked out because your boss friend requested you and they might find messages you have hidden? Or perhaps you don’t want mom and dad to see your drunken college night messages? Thanks to the SimpleWash app (formerly FaceWash), you can now easily purge old Facebook page posts.
SimpleWash is designed for simplicity, the program scans a users pages and looks for potentially damning keywords about drugs, alcohol, profanity, and other potential words of conflict.
After SimpleWash flags potentially damning content users can then look through all of their flagged content and choose which messages to remove. Users can choose to fully delete content or simply hide it.
SimpleWash also allows users to perform specific searches. For example, if a user plans to interview for a job at Twitter they can literally search for any mentions of the business name, Twitter.
Unfortunately SimpleWash won’t remove photos tagged with detected words, leaving users with thousands of drunken college photos to search endlessly for inappropriate photos.
SimpleWash doesn’t just work for Facebook, it also offers a Beta version for Twitter.