Inundated over the constant stream of babies posted on your social newsfeed's timeline?
Behold Unbaby.me, the first app to the rescue.
Specifically programed to block unwanted baby pictures, the baby mine sweeper titled Unbaby.me thwarts users' overzealous Facebook friends from splashing their 'bundles of joy' down others' newsfeeds.
Operating as a Google Chrome extension, the plugin scans picture captions for keywords that would ordinarily come with such photos, before exchanging them for pictures of cats, or bacon in some examples.
'...but if you hate cats, it's easy to change it to pugs, or girls, or whatever you're into. Or use your own RSS feed, like Nasa's POD,' the program states.
'You can also add your own keywords to trigger the removal. It's not going to be perfect, so adding a baby's name might help.'
Pictures absent of captions would entirely miss the sweep, as well as any photos missing the specific keywords chosen.
But because users are able to enter their own keywords for axe at the start of its installation, the newsfeed editing could be potentially limitless.
Keywords suggested with the program include: 'year old, so adorable, our family, just learned to walk, years old, month old, months old, so adorable, pajamas, eating solid foods, crawling.'
Users can also add their own keywords, in such examples like: 'engagement, sonogram, pregnant, dilating.'
Since the program’s launch on Wednesday it has already captured 45,000 'likes' on Facebook.
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