UnsubscribeDeals has one singular purpose: take the user’s email address and drop it from the directories of every known “daily deal website.” The application is designed to stop users from receiving the daily messages sent by daily deal companies, which while offering great offers can often be annoying for users who have inadvertently signed up for a few too many deals. UnsubscribeDeals is based on the concept that eventually, some users may want to remove their emails from specific lists in favor of using a specific address for offers (or never getting an offer again).Show more screenshots »
UnsubscribeDeals was created by Edwin Hermawan and Lea Pische, who put the application together after realizing their inboxes had become non-stop deal spam recipients. The application has been covered by popular websites such as The Next Web and LifeHacker.
There is no other application like UnsubscribeDeals. If the user is looking to instantly unsubscribe from several daily deal websites and doesn’t want to go through the process manually, UnsubscribeDeals offers the only automated, two-step solution in the marketplace.
UnsubscribeDeals instantly unsubscribes users from 12 daily deal websites: Amazon Local, Google Offers, LivingSocial, Groupon, Bloomspot, Gilt City, Save, Groupon, Woot!, KGB Deals, LifeBooker and Daily Candy. The application works directly through the user’s Gmail account, making the entire process as painless as possible.
Registration is easy—the user simply enters his or her Gmail information, then allows the app to access the account. Everything else is automatic.
UnsubscribeDeals is free to use. There are no costs associated with the application.
UnsubscribeDeals is perfect for anyone receiving too many daily deal mails, or for anyone who receives such mails but practically never cashes them in. If you’re frustrated with constant deal spam, UnsubscribeDeals can help you clean up your inbox.