Features: Users are grouped into "tribes" and can browse profiles of users in their area.
You can apply filters to narrow your search and send photos in chat, as well as make a very short profile description.
Features: In addition to the classic grid view, users can swipe through profiles, like on Tinder. A new feature called "Venture" allows allows users to connect with guys who are traveling or arriving nearby soon.
Most popular in: Saudi Arabia Launched in 2012, the social chat app claims to have nearly 15 million worldwide users.
Users can set their location anywhere they want if they need to line up dates before traveling; they can also keep their location totally private.
Most popular in: USA, UK, Mexico, Brazil, Bahrain, Australia, France, Indonesia This app markets itself as "the global network for meeting gay men." Features: Allows users to find men by proximity, see who has checked their profiles, buy and send gifts, and browse through profiles.
You can strike up a conversation with someone you’re interested in without letting all the excuses that would normally hold you back, stop you.
Online dating throws all of those excuses out the window because every dating site has you fill out a profile when you join so you have tons of things that you can use to start a conversation.
You might be (rightly) thinking, "What about queer women?
" We only mapped apps for gay dudes (and straight/mixed orientation apps in a separate map) because the market for apps specifically targeting lesbians is much less developed and couldn't be compared across borders in the same way.