Lastly, like most dating services, you’ll get more features from being a paid subscriber, but there’s still plenty of options with a free account.
The biggest age range is between 24 to 34, although there are younger members between 18 and 24 years of age. You must be over 18 to join.
There are both pros and cons to LGBTQA+ dating with PinkCupid. The registration process is quick, and you can start finding matches right after registering. The company allows users to sign up with Facebook, but uploading a type of ID is required.
Perhaps our favorite feature is the „Online Now“ alert, letting you see if a potential match is online in real time. Do yourself a favor and search by „Online Now“ and message a few potential matches today.
Thankfully, PinkCupid also has a mobile app, which is free to download on Android, but unfortunately, it doesn’t offer an iOS app for Apple devices. If you want to message and have full conversations with potential matches, you’ll need to have a premium membership, which comes in around $25 per month. You can read incoming messages as a free user, but to respond and make a connection, you’ll need to get a premium plan.
Her is an exciting dating app for lesbian users only, so you might have better luck here than with traditional dating services.
As for pros and cons, you’ll be happy to hear that the base version of this app is free, even if you only get a limited number of features. The app is available on both iOS or Android, easy to use, and beautifully designed. Once you pay the $ per month fee, you’ll get access to more communication tools, LGBTQA+ events and news, and other members will see you’re a premium member and serious about finding a match.
Her claims to have a strictly monitored sign-up process to filter out fake accounts, which is always encouraging to know. Unfortunately, Her doesn’t let you „swipe“ through matches without being a premium member.
Uploading an ID is required upon registration for safety purposes. The rating of this app is 4.2 on Apple’s App Store and 3.5 on the Google Play Store.
Tinder is an app for anyone and everyone to use, and that includes LGBTQA+ singles. It’s one of the more popular options in the United States, but it’s not strictly for lesbian dating, so expect a mixed variety of matches. The „swipe“ feature of Tinder can be addictive and entertaining while also very convenient to use. You simply swipe left or right to „like“ or „pass“ on a match.
The starting price of the premium membership for this app is $ per month. A free version is also available but comes with certain restrictions. Tinder’s main features include a wide array of free profiles, although eventually, you might want to become a paid member for added features like video chatting and verified accounts.
6. Plenty of Fish (POF)
POF was founded in 2003 and stands for Plenty of Fish. It claims to be one of the world’s most popular dating sites, with more than 90 million registered users globally. You can browse freely and find a match based on your criteria, or you can use the „Ultra Match“ feature to see your 50 best matches. „Ultra Match“ is reserved for paid users.
While POF’s interface might not be as user-friendly as Tinder, it’s still a great way to meet LGBTQA+ singles. You can receive matches daily and choose your top match once per day.