You can sign up to be a part of the I Like You community using your Facebook credentials or by providing your username, an email address, a nominated password, you date of year, geneder and location.
Take note that if you register using Facebook, the site will crawl up all your Liked pages and groups and display them all togetehr as your ‘Interests’.
There’s a couple of captcha that you need to confirm but it’s just them making sure you’re not a bot.
Soon as you’re done with those basic details and verification , you’ll be directed to a page that shows your potential matches.
The matches are defaulted to the opposite sex as the site assumes that none of their members are gay, lesbian or bi.
Photos you upload for your profile are still to be approved by the moderators. You need to upload two photos to enable your account’s messaging feature.
Clicking on the user thumbnails leads you to the person’s profilee where you can see the details they provided or left empty. Here, you’ll be able to send them messages, or mark them as your favorites or people you like.
Navigation menu takes you to the usual places – your messages, notifications, who’s viewed you, who’s liked your profile. There’s also a search button that lets you search based on those nearby, top users, new users or just everyone.
There is a unique feature on ILikeYou though, which is the possible dates. On top of just rating and liking someone or favoriting them to express interest, you can make them as someone who can ask for/go on a date with you. Not quite sure how this is any different from all the other ways of expressing interest though.
There is an option to go VIP on ILikeYou, unfortunately, the link does not direct to the page where subscription plan can be upgraded. You just stay at the same page where you’re at, or you’ll get redirected to other random pages like the contact page or the search page.
ILikeYou ‘s layout is simple — not minimalist — just simple. Like it makes you want something more. As was stated earlier, the website only offers the typical social and dating site features. The added possible date feature lacked potential. And the VIP membership link won’t even work.
With this in mind, I had to check what other users had to say. Those who left the most valuable reviews are the early adopters who claim that the site does recurring charges to your PayPal without your consent.
On top of this, is a question to the identity of its users. They claim to have roughly tens of millions of users currently online. Though, a lot of them seem to only know how to say ‘hi’ or ‘hello’ but are not able to hold an actual conversation… Shady!
Seems like ILikeYOu.com is nothing but a waste of time. Google Play Store users rated them 4 out of 5 stars. Meanwhile, iOS/Apple users rated them 1.9 out of 5, which is a little bit more reflective of the reality of the site and the app. It’s up to you if you want to take your chances, but we don’t want to be the ones to tell you, “We told you so.”