Most popular in: China This free app attempts to make it "fun and easy" for gay, bi, and curious guys to meet.Features: Similar to Planet Romeo, users can change their own location settings, but they can also forward profiles to friends if they feel like playing matchmaker. The notes feature allows you to keep tabs on everyone you're talking to.Users can also pay to unlock premium in-app features.The app is available in over fifteen languages including Korean, Russian, and Swedish.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.Features: Users are grouped into "tribes" and can browse profiles of users in their area.
A few of the attractive girls I have smashed have also told me they thought the women here were mostly ugly. The pool of attractive women is a lot smaller here then it is in LA/NYC or Miami.” # “There’s a map that claims that there is a higher proportion of single women to men in the DC area.They go through the motions and count the days to retirement but they enjoy the security of a government job.The other problem is 3/4 of the city is off-limits if you aren’t looking to get shot and robbed.” # “It’s pretty conformist, bourgeois and relatively upscale.App Annie only identified two major apps targeting lesbians: Les Park, which is strongest in China, and HER, which has consistently ranked at around the 100th most popular free app in the U. Apple App store since July, on some days topping Grindr's downloads.Here are the apps gay men are using — in many different languages — to find Mr.
Hornet is now available (beta version only) on a web platform as well, accessible from a desktop or laptop.