This could be where options that bar heterosexual users, like HER and Grindr, come in. OkCupid's redesign was deeper than hiring a clearly- millennial graphic designer. Image: okcupid. The traditional text bio is where you can describe what kind of relationship you're seeking or flex your wit, though people are much more selective with words here than most on Tinder.
Given the existence of Grindr and Scruff, the need for an online dating arena specifically for queer women was clear — thus, HER.
InHER revamped its profiles to let users get more creative in categories like gender, sexuality, pronouns, diet preferences like veganismand star signs, as well as a "What does this mean? On top of the classic awkward Hinge date anecdotes and screenshots of a corny bio seeping with secondhand embarrassment, gay singles deal with all sorts of alienating interactions.
Image: tinder. Hinge The go-to app for millennials works to be a quality space for gay users and is a bit more thoughtful than swiping apps. Account and photo verification A profile photo is mandatory Integration with other social media accounts Private chat protector.
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OkCupid's slogan is "Dating deserves better," and they're damn right — especially for the gays and the theys. InOKC rolled out 22 gender and 13 orientation choices — years before such changes became a priority for competing sites. Plus, some mainstream apps do deserve credit for the steps they've taken to create a more inclusive atmosphere.
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Author Bio. That idea fueled Hinge's rebrand to "the dating app designed to be deleted. Image: nuit. NUiT A magical app that takes care of asking for someone's birth time, plus a truly special feature for queer people. It's hip and well-informed, while maintaining a more serious atmosphere than Tinder.