During the short life of Facebook, you have seen thousands of applications and games that have been expanded with great vitality but some applications surprise you and some are misleading.
One of them is “who visits your profile” because it promises that you know all the people who visit your profile, but you can never really fully work with it because it directly threatens the privacy policies of Facebook.
Only with a little thought you can guess that Facebook is interested in receiving the maximum number of possible impressions/visit, as it may launch more ads and therefore is more likely that someone clicks, and increase the time spent, more participation interaction, etc., so if a user can find people who would be gossip driven away to profile users to gossip profile, to perform its activity. It is therefore easy to guess that these applications are not liked by Facebook.
These applications can only be counted among people who use the same application, so if you have not given permission to these applications, i.e., you have not installed on your Facebook profile, no one can know whether you are visiting another person profile.