We've all felt the sting of rejection. That perfectly crafted tweet gets no favourites. That smart and insightful Facebook post garners no comments. That amazingly timed Vine disappears into obscurity. No Likes Yet doesn't want your Instagram pics to share a similar fate.
Once you connect your Instagram profile with the website, you enter a world of discarded social media ephemera: the posts that no one could take the time to like. The site's most useful feature is its main feed, which gives you a robust survey of some of the strange, bland, and horribly framed food pics that exist on the platform, and a nice glimpse into what does and doesn't jibe on Instagram.
On a more personal level, you can look at which of your friends photos also share the "no likes" curse as well as your own, so you can so you can stand together in Forever Alone solidarity. Of course, No More Like arms you with the tools to actually do something about your lack of Instagram engagement by allowing users to post a link via Twitter or Facebook accompanied with the pre-rendered phrase "Show some love to my Instagram photos that have never been liked". This seems a little too desperate for my tastes. If you're not in love with the idea of your Instagram shortcomings being on display, if your profile on Instagram is set to private, then you should be getting any like from random strangers.
All in all, No Likes Yet scratches that same internet discovery itch that things like StumbleUpon and different random YouTube generators deliver. It's a fun and unartistic way to pass the time, even if you are being entertained by the Instagram's collective misery. [Yahoo via Wired]