Update: Remember how fun it was to look up your nine most "liked" photos on Instagram in 2015? Turns out, there was a huge catch in doing so. When you used the website, some users were shown an additional screen to sign up for Nine, a new dating app. According to BuzzFeed, 130,000 people signed up and are now the first members of Nine. The app is designed for Instagrammers to meet other Instagrammers. As for a user's profile page, it uses the collage created for the 2015 best of nine. Keep in mind that not every single person who used the website is affected, just those who signed up.
Original story: With only a few days left in 2015, everyone's reflecting on standout moments from the past year. If you're a fan of Facebook's Year in Review tool, then you'll love this new website that highlights your most "liked" photos on Instagram.
The website, called 2015 Best Nine, lets you enter any Instagram username to see their top "liked" posts. It generates a collage of nine photos, arranged in order of how many "likes" each picture received. At the bottom of the photo, you can see how many "likes" in total all your photos generated. For example, my collage highlights that out of 264 Instagram posts, I got 5,046 "likes." It's a sweet idea, though beware — it may not filter out any sad moments in your life like Facebook's tool does.
The website also encourages you to upload the collage on Instagram and tag it with #2015bestofnine. Since you can enter any username, it's pretty easy to find out your best friend's top nine photos or even a celebrity's, in addition to your own. Have fun taking a look back at your past year!