How to use the ITV Love Island voting app as the platform makes changes

The Love Island voting app works a little differently this year

Islanders around the firepit on Love Island 2022
(Image credit: ITV Picture Desk)

Love Island 2022 has officially reached the voting stage with the power of saving or dumping our fave islanders now firmly in our own hands—meaning we all need to know how to use the ITV Love Island voting app!

The stakes are getting higher and with the return of of the Love Island vote it seems like we’re in for a hell of a lot of memorable Love Island moments in the coming weeks—and from the looks of Love Island First Look, the first public vote will be stirring things up sooner than you think!

So if you want to ensure that your fave Love Island couples make it to the final, you better get the app downloaded and ready to go—here’s how you do it.

How do you get the ITV 'Love Island' voting app? 

All you need to do is head over to the Google Store or Apple store (depending on your phone's make) and search ‘Love Island’ and download the option by ITV PLC.

Then open the app and enter your date of birth—from there you’re free to shop all the Love Island gifts, interact with polls and be the first to watch the Love Island First Look teaser video, as it’s uploaded to the app first!

How to vote on the Love Island app?

When the voting is open for the show, simply open your app and click the ‘Vote’ icon at the bottom of the screen.

The app will then take you to the ITV Love Island website, where you will be asked to enter your mobile number. Once you have done that, a code will be sent to your phone to then enter on the website and then you’re free to cast your vote!

You can either vote for your favorite girl and boy or vote for your fave couple depending on what's going on in the episode.

Vote wisely!

Naomi is a Lifestyle News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team and has recently earned her Gold Standard diploma in Journalism with the NCTJ. She has a background in design, having studied Illustration at Plymouth University but has taken a leap into the world of journalism after always having a passion for writing. She currently writes pieces on beauty, trends, fashion, and entertainment for GoodTo and My Imperfect Life. She also tests and reviews beauty and skincare products and tries out the latest TikTok hacks for My Imperfect Life.

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