If you are horny and want to have fun, there are plenty of hookup apps out there that cater to your needs. The good news is that these apps can help you get your hookup on without having to deal with a bunch of scammers and fake profiles.
There are even apps that are specifically designed for queer women if you are looking to find a partner. But, before you join one of these apps, there are some things to know.
HER is a dating app for lesbians, bisexuals and queer women. The app is free to download and has over 4 million members across 55 countries.
It’s easy to sign up on HER as it only requires a Facebook or Instagram account. The site takes authentication of members seriously and uses this information to check if people are real.
Users can search for potential matches based on different filters and location settings. They can also send a friend request to others in their community.
HER offers both a free and fee-based membership. Premium members can avoid ads, filter by sexuality and use incognito mode. HER also encourages its members to join communities within the app and attend events on a regular basis.
Hinge is a dating app that takes a cue from Tinder and Bumble, but with more of an emphasis on showing you the people behind the profiles. It’s supposed to be the perfect compromise between casual swipe-heavy apps and the more serious, commitment-oriented desktop sites that can lead to real-life relationships.
Hinge’s free service shows you one profile at a time, mixing photos and answers. You press the heart icon next to something you like on the profile and hope they match back with you.
When you’re matched, you can send them a message straight from the app. You can also video chat within the app, but both you and your match must have sent messages first.
Hinge is a popular dating app with over 5 million members. It has a high gender ratio, a very active community, and the majority of users are located in the United States.
Tinder is a dating app that has received a lot of attention recently. At its core, Tinder is a simple app that allows users to find potential matches by swiping right or left.
The app is free to download and uses your Facebook profile information as a base. Once you have your account set up, you can browse photos and profiles of people you’re interested in.
It has a few safety features to help prevent catfishing and other issues, including the option to have your photos verified (in case they’ve changed since you last uploaded them). You can also block certain contacts on the site, which works if you want to avoid running into someone again or simply don’t want them to appear as a match.
Bumble was founded by Tinder co-founder Whitney Wolfe Herd as a unique dating app, one that puts women in the driver’s seat. This feature sets the app apart from others, and may help reduce unwanted messages and advances.
In heterosexual matches, only female users can send a first message to matched male users; in same-sex or friendship matches, both can make the first move. After a connection is formed, both parties have 24 hours to respond before the match expires.
To make sure the potential matches are real people, Bumble has a verification process in which users take a photo doing a certain motion. Once verified, users will see a mark on their profile.
Pure is an online hookup app that’s free for both men and women. It offers a three-day trial for female users and male members can sign up for a one-week trial.
It’s a no-frills hookup service where members post ads that display zero information about themselves, and Pure then matches them. They can then chat with potential paramours, either in text or audio messages.
Pure is safe to use, but it’s important to exercise caution when meeting up with someone you don’t know in person. It’s possible for scammers to take advantage of the self-destructive profile system, so you should always be suspicious of anyone who asks to meet you in person.