Facebook announced a new product called “Anonymous Login“ during F8 Conference on April 30, 2014. The concept is great, it allows you to try out an app without releasing your personal information. We believe that we can take it a step further with Anonymous Like.
So, during the TechCrunch Disrupt 2014 Hackathon in New York, we hacked together an Anonymous Like Button to allow users to Like it Anonymously, similar to Facebook Like Button. However, the underlying principle is vastly different.
We want to create something that is simply to use and has privacy in its core. People no longer need to sign in to a platform or a service in order express their opinions. We believe that the willness of people who will click the Anonymous Like Button will be much higher than the Facebook Like Button. Therefore, it represents a better metric on user opinions.
Check back later, as we slowly make improvement. In the meantime, feel free to click or press the Anonymous Like button on http://anonymouslike.net.