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There was a time when gay dating was an IRL affair, based around your local gay bar or well known cruising spot.
Community aspects aside, you’re more likely to find a one night stand on here than a husband.
Hornet has been slowly beating out other apps worldwide through its news and content delivery, especially in Brazil, but has yet to dislodge Grindr and its other rivals from the top spot in the UK or US.
A lot of this stems from the fact that users have license to be incredibly specific about their wants and desires, which apparently for some people means being specifically terrible.
Awful behaviour aside, there are a lot of pros to Grindr. You can also be as anonymous as you want or as open as you’d like with your gender, preferred pronouns and status.
The age range of users skews a little older than its main rival, and they are more uniformly of the muscular persuasion.
Scruff has been on the scene almost as long as Grindr, so it’s also amassed a large user base.
If masculinity isn’t high on your list of priorities, I wouldn’t necessarily look here.With that in mind, here’s a run down of the most popular gay dating apps for queer men.Who it’s for: everyone Grindr, you may have heard of it?It works in much the same way as Scruff or Grindr, but with some additional features like more photos and the ability to see who’s been looking at your profile.You should be able to find both hookups or relationships on Jack’d, but it is a little more NSA friendly.