I know you have to listen carefully, but this one definitely sounds like "Ihr" to me.
Ihr is used with mögt
what is the singular form of this? der Bild?
Bilder means picture, well this is really different.
"Bild" translates to "picture". "Bilder" translates to "pictures".
Can this be used in social network context to describe te act of pressing the like button?
I think most people would say Er liket die Bilder for that, using the verb liken which is derived from the English "to like".
We also do that in Italian with "likare"! Or alternatively, "mipiacciare" from "mi piace", from the name of the facebook button. Don't you use "gefälltmiren"? :D
(Of course, all of these are colloquial).
I've never heard that :)