Her, formally known as Dattch, is a women-only dating app founded by a bisexual woman, Robyn Exton. The app aims exclusively at lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, and queer women. Unlike other apps, Her accepts acknowledges a host of different sexual identities, and you can use the app to identify as lesbian, queer, gay, bisexual, bi-curious, pansexual, asexual, etc. And according to Exton, 30% of the Her user base identify as bisexual, which makes it another nice app for bisexual dating. The app is elegant and easy to use. You can sign up simply with your Facebook account. Her is a Tinder- style app, where you can ‘like’ a photo on a others' profiles. Once someone like you back, you two are a match. And you can send unlimited messages and upload unlimited pictures with Her app.
Her is a social community for bisexual, queer, and gay women. There are many things extended way beyond lesbian dating, and you can find those things with Her app, such as making friends with other lesbian and bisexual women. Her was first launched in the United Kingdom, and now are available in more than 50 districts and countries, including the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Brazil, Japan, Thailand, South Africa, Germany, Netherlands.
Her focuses on content and builds something that lesbian, queer and bisexual women actually want from a social dating app. With only one large picture you can express yourself here at Her app. The match feature allows you only get messages from who you have liked before, which will definitely save your time. Plus, you can find daily articles on both local and worldwide lesbian news. You can also comment and interact with everyone in the news section or join and set up events outside your social circles to meet and connect women. The Feed is a social community owned space where users can share status with other users.