Gay chat apps and websites have been a bit ahead of the curve digitally, possibly due to gay dating culture being centred around bars.
So, there are plenty of excellent dating apps to find your special someone.
Let’s take a look at some of the features of some of the most popular and their pros and cons.
Jack’d is a dating app geared towards gay men looking for relaxed dating.
While it has a match function based on location, Scruff is also known for being a relaxed dating app.
Hornet is easy to navigate, with little advertising and more useful articles and videos for users.
Hinge, unlike most dating apps, sets up people through their mutual friends on Facebook.
Instead of basing matches through interests or location, it will only match you with friends of friends so you’re never meeting up with someone too far outside your social circle.
The questionnaire is similar to Ok Cupid’s main questionnaire on its dating site.
Elite Singles is a dating app and website for gay, straight and lesbian singles looking for long-lasting relationships but struggle with a busy work-life balance.
Her is one of the best first popular lesbian dating apps on the market.
It has the ‘swiping’ feature that lets you accept or decline prospective partners, hence it being referred to as the ‘lesbian tinder’.
There’s proportionally more POC (people of color) on the site.