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Pros: HER is one of the biggest free dating apps for LGBTQ+ women

Pros: HER is one of the biggest free dating apps for LGBTQ+ women

  • Grindr XTRA – Allows you to use read receipts, view up to 600 profiles in the cascade, use explore mode, save phrases to use in chats, see who’s chatted with you, send five expiring photos each day and use Grindr XTRA filters.
  • Grindr Unlimited – Has XTRA features and filters, plus added ones like the ability to view an unlimited number of profiles, see who’s viewed your profile, see typing statuses and send unlimited expiring photos.

Cons: The profiles shown in Meet can be filtered by age and distance on the free version of the app. But to filter by gender identity, sexual identity, relationship status and when they were last online, you will need to pay for premium settings.

Paid-for features on HER

  • HER Premium Gold – Offers you the chance to use premium filters, rewind profiles, see who’s liked you, change location and use incognito mode.
  • HER Premium Platinum – All of the Gold features, plus unlimited swipes, ability to see who’s online, view read receipts and get one free Boost a month.


Pros: “The dating app designed to be deleted” – Hinge’s slogan highlights that it’s a great app for finding a long-term relationship. Its algorithm works out who you’re ‘Most Compatible’ with and suggests people for you to meet.

Cons: Each time you ‘like’ someone on here, they’ll be notified and given the option to match with you, which can make it feel a tiny bit more daunting than a mindless Tinder swipe.

Top tip: On Hinge, you can add comments to your profile in response to some prompt questions. Avoid going for anything too predictable in your answers, and instead say something surprising that will spark conversations.

Paid-for features on Hinge

  • Preferred Hinge membership – Lets you use added features like unlimited likes, extra filter options (e.g. so you can filter by height or whether someone smokes, etc.) the option to see all the people who have already liked you (rather than just one person at a time) and use an unlimited number of likes. Read more