The globalization and expansion of the internet really gave us a paradigm shift in terms of how social actions should be performed. While it was much more different in the past, today you may find your date with just a little tap on the screen or a bit of swiping left or right.
While apps like Tinder and Badoo were always in the top bracket, they were not the preferred choice amongst many. With the ever-growing platforms to express your preferences, sexuality, and interests, Tinder may sometimes feel like a broad spectrum of differences and variables.
With a possibility to connect with anybody, anywhere at any time, the preferences and open-mindness now have no boundaries and just as well we have various apps specialized for particular dating.
Planet Romeo emerged as one of the best and most immersive apps for bisexual, transgender and gay people. It has a great base of users that are ready to experience some fun, passion, and in the end – maybe even love.
planetromeo official website: www.planetromeo.com.
But Not everybody that of the LGBTQ community prefers Planet Romeo though. Luckily, there are many other sites just like Planet Romeo too!
Here are the top 10 PlanetRomeo alternatives that will make your life colorful and exciting! Join Gay Single Apps and Sites – Bisexual Social Network and Community.
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Grindr is without a doubt one of the most popular all-male dating apps around. If you are a gay male, this is the community that you will find the most of the things you’re looking for.
Since the community is huge (probably not the only huge thing), you will find an abundance of people that are just like you. It is fun, always new and you will never get bored!
Only 1 and a half year old, Chappy is a brilliant new gay-friendly app and it is until today the most secured and with a strict set of rules. Everybody has to have its own profile picture, and the profiles that are not abiding the rules are instantly banned.
You will also get a notification if someone tries to screenshot your image, which is an amazing feature. The top of the Tinder hierarchy fully backs this application and there is a bright future ahead of it.
Scissr, which is a relatively well-known pun of the L community – is, as its name says, a dating app for an all-female population.
It is strictly secured, with a great amount of privacy kept secret as well as many features that will easily let you know if someone is faking an account, etc. This, of course, makes it feel much safer to browse and embrace the community.
Her is a very nice – looking and cozy app, which like Scissr, make dating between women (or womxn as this app says) easy and fun.
This app will invite you to nearby hosted events that you may be interested and has a large base of tech support and modding which will always pay attention to the fake profiles and will make you feel at home.
Similar to Grindr, Jack’d is a very popular app that is mostly location-based and will find out who are the nearby boys that may look for a similar kind of fun.
This app has the highest satisfaction rating out of all LGBTQ apps today, but since it’s only for guys, it is a bit lower on the list. Today it has over 1.2 million users and involves almost the whole world.
Blued is an interesting app started as a Chinese gay app and is probably a pioneer in this country when we talk about these kinds of apps.
It is compatible and will synchronize with Facebook or Twitter, and is similar to the other social networks that are less dating but more ‘social’. You will see status updates, you may check video files and images as well, you can chat with stickers, etc.
Blued is a popular app that has over 40 million users and now has a live feature, close to Instagram or Facebook live options, where users connected with you can interact with you or follow you in real-time.
Hornet is somewhat a similar app to Grindr but while having a smaller user base it will give you a lot of interesting features for free, which Grindr will want you to pay for.
You can have fore private and public photos on Hornet which is more than enough to show everything that you think needs to be shown.
The problem with the user base at the Hornet is that it is still closed and not as expressive as in Grindr, which is currently the best option for getting a quick date. Overall it is a good app.
Scruff is, as its name says, an app for guys that like the scruffy types. It was at first a tight and niche app for gay people that like bearded and hairy, but overall now it is much more open with more and more users not sharing this style.
It has more than 15 million users and with a great algorithm, if you use it often, it will filter your matches by type and interests with continuous usage.
LGBTQutie is a great newbie app that is free, cool and a little more in-depth than its predecessors.
The goal of this app is not only to find a date that will be a one-time thing but more about forming a meaningful and exciting relationship where you can experience a lot more depth and embrace the other person completely.
Not meant to downplay the other apps, it is just that LGBTQuite is primarily focused on long-term goals and relationships, while the hook-ups from other apps may or may not be a great success.
Gaydar is an amazing app where you can find, chat with and finally date or form in-depth relationships. It is a pioneer in gay cyber-dating and with an ever-growing base, you will find a lot of new people every day – by interests, location, age, pictures, etc.
The great thing about Gaydar is that it works with any device, and is also connected with Facebook which can easily import some pictures and other stuff. The free version is enough for you to find and experience passionate interactions and be involved in various exciting chats with people from all over the world!
There it is! I hope the list will satisfy the appetites, and if there are any interesting additions or maybe even negative feedback, feel free to mention it in the comments!