They hate them instead banding together and bonding over the frustrations of everyday life, such as bad weather, traffic delays etc, Fox News reports.
Like Instagram, users have a feed where they can share text-based "rants," upload or take pictures and tag their friends or followers.
Others can share in the misery, contributing their own pain points and bonding over the mutual dislikes.
The most hated items are bubble up to the top of the popular lists, providing a real-time feed about things people hate.
Holly Dietrich, project manager for the Hater app, said that great things can happen when people band together and hate the negative things in the world, such as cancer and war.
Hater has been released on the iOS App Store.