We like that POF has a messaging system that’s fast and easy to use, and it even has integrated personality assessment tools similar to eHarmony’s. Get POF today for iOS or Android devices.
With a rating of 9.9 on the Apple App Store, Zoe is a newer dating app mainly for LGBTQA+ singles looking to mingle.
The registration process should only take around 5 minutes of your time. You must be at least 18 years of age to use the app, and “Login With Facebook” is not an option here. Instead, you’ll need to verify an email address to get started.
However, once you do, you can message potential matches with ease, take part in video chats with members in your inbox and more. Zoe offers a lot of customization inside the apps, too, so you can turn the features you want the most on or off.
Most Zoe members are interested in more serious relationships, and the personality questions at the registration process will help identify your best matches in line with your preferences. Messaging anyone at Zoe is entirely free, but video chats and other features are only for paying members.
The price for premium membership is $ for a month, $ for three months, and $ for a yearly subscription. Get it today for iOS or Android devices.
Bumble is all about women and puts the power in their hands. Created by a Tinder co-founder and using the same popular swipe system as Tinder, Bumble lets women make the first move. The gender you use during setup will determine your choices. Obviously, you’ll also want to be honest and upfront if you’re looking for love.
Additionally, Bumble offers both an opposite-sex matching system and a same-sex “meet friends” tab, giving you more options to find friends, casual hookups or potentially a relationship.
Available for both iOS and Android devices, this dating app prefers logins via Facebook, even though you can register with your mobile number, as well. You need to state your age, sex, name and upload a photo during the registration process to get started.
Video chat is available, and the interface is inclusive and fun. The starting price for the premium membership of this dating app is $ per month. You can choose between a significant number of gender identities here, and everyone is welcome.
Founded in 2012, Hinge aims to help people find serious relationships rather than just casual hookups. It even encourages people to delete their accounts once they have found their perfect match rather than making it hard to erase your profile.
It prides itself on having very few fake profiles and a high number of fully filled-out and promising accounts. Perhaps the best part, though, is that contacting others is completely free. You don’t need to be a paying member to have conversations.
There are over 5 million Hinge users from all over the world, mostly between ages 24 and 32. Most are based in the U.S., too. So fill out an account and search for your perfect match. Get it now for iOS or Android devices.
Living in a pandemic can make dating hard. If you are from the LGBTQA+ community, it can be even more challenging, unless, of course, you’re on an app like Taimi.
With over 8 million lesbian, gay, transgender, and bisexual singles on Taimi, you might feel right at home. You can make video and audio calls on this platform, create stories and posts, all for free.