The most prominent is Brenda, an app similar to Grindr that was created by a man.During a recent happy hour for lesbians at a bar in Oakland, Calif., the phrase “online dating” elicited groans across the entire room.Moreover, lesbians who use Tinder have occasionally complained about finding straight women or men in their searches.Dating apps specifically for gay women are limited.The idea is to create a community for lesbians looking to make friends, chat, and, of course, date.There are plenty of general-purpose dating apps that gay woman can use.However, after a user survey late last year, she decided to refocus the product around creating a community of lesbians. ” The new version of the app features news feeds for eight cities filled with articles written by locals and listings of area events.“Everyone wanted to the see the social aspect,” she said. More articles about dating and gay life are available in a blog.
In general, the crowd favored Ok Cupid, which features wordy profiles that give users a better sense of individual personalities. Only about half of the women in the room had heard of Exton’s app.“We don’t have proof there’s a market,” Exton was told.To that, Exton responds by saying user traffic is growing 30% per month.How many times have you joined a dating site, only to learn that "free to join" does not get you much more than the privilege of creating a profile? Matchopolis is a full featured site for creating friendships and relationships, and making new contacts is always easy, fun, and a credit-card-free experience.Our growing membership currently spans the english speaking world from the USA and Canada, to the UK and Australia.