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Discover Instagram Photos That Haven’t Received Any Likes Yet

By Paul Faecks on September 13th 2014

In the universe of social media, “likes” are the number one currency. But what about those photos on Instagram that haven’t received any likes yet? “No Likes Yet” is a website that lets you view Instagram images that haven’t gotten any love from other users. Now, you can change that.


Vollbild_13_09_14_12_43The website requires you to log in to your Instagram account so it can display the images of your friends that have received no likes. If you click on the the images, you can immediately end that social embarrassment by liking them. So, be a good human being and share some love with other Instagram users! The site encourages its users by displaying motivational messages like “One like would make their day” or “This could be a like at the first sight.”



This website isn’t the first one to let users find media that hasn’t received any love yet. For example, there’s “Forgotify” that helps you listen to the over 4 million songs on Spotify that have not been played once. “No Likes Yet” is a fun way to discover the less popular photos on Instagram.

What is your opinion on this website? Something you’d check out to share some love?

[via PetaPixel, images via screencaps on “No Likes Yet

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Paul Faecks is a portrait- and fine art photographer, based in Berlin. If you want to check out his latest work, you can do so by following him on Instagram or by liking his Facebook Page

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Matthew Saville

    People could use the website as research into, well, which types of pictures people HATE the most LOL…

    (Judging from the screencap, I’d say selfies and wardrobe pics…)

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  2. Brian Stalter

    It could be a great way to find something that is just waiting to be discovered. Instagram is like my version of Twitter… images tell more than words can from time to time.

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    People are so creative

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  4. Andrew Van Arb

    Most likely just pictures of someones food! ha!

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  5. della rossa

    very nice post. thank you

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  6. Mark Iuzzolino

    Wow, who thinks of this stuff?

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