Forget Grindr, Her is a hook-up app for LGBTQ women, by LGBTQ women.While it sells itself as more of a lesbian/bi/trans community rather than a dating platform, it’s one of the most popular apps for the audience in the entire world.Pictures of potential matches in your area appear on your screen and you like what you see, swipe right. If both parties swipe right, you’ll match and can start a convo. They’ve also introduced a new paid tier called Tinder Plus, where you’ll be able to undo a swipe left and super like to your heart’s content.Tinder Plus has also helped make holiday-goers dreams come true by introducing a new features called Tinder Passport, which allows you to swipe on people anywhere in the world. You’re likely to be invited out for a drink rather than just round for sex.Pressure is high with that time limit – but it helps you quickly figure out whether that guy is worth the initial message. Who cares what’s at the end of the plane journey, with this app the fun starts before you even land.Wingman lets you connect with others on your flight, giving you the chance for a sneaky in-flight get-together.This app eliminates unwanted advances, as you’ll never receive messages unless you show interest by way of your selfie. Who knew taking selfies while watching Netflix could lead to so much fun?
You don’t need Facebook to log into this one and can choose a nickname.It’s very specific gender and kink-wise, so the potential is there to find your perfect partner.However, the free service is limited and full use is a costly £14.99/£7.50 a month, monthly/annually.Its ‘radar’ system obscures where you are and you have to ‘wink’ at users before they can view your profile.A chat service means you don’t have to give out your number.It started out in France back in 2015, but it’s quickly picked up speed around the world.