With hundreds of LGBT+ apps now on offer for the community, we’ve scoured the internet to pick out seven of the best.
Heading to a new place where you don’t know the scene? GayCities will guide you to the best gay bars, hotels, restaurants and more wherever you go, while their expert gay travel blog highlights the best of the best.
Think Airbnb, but gayer. Finding the best LGBT+ hotspots is always easier with the help of a local, and travel is more comfortable when you know your accommodation will be discrimination-free. Travel app misterb&b connects travellers with gay and gay-friendly hosts around the world, with accommodation options ranging from private apartments to shared rooms and destinations from South Africa to San Francisco.
Does this dating app really need an introduction? Now ten years old and available in 192 countries, Grindr remains the number one choice for gay men looking for a new match.
No single app has yet taken over the lesbian dating market, but HER is undoubtedly a top contender. More than a way of meeting potential dates, this dating and social app has become a vibrant online community for women and non-binary people. And on their blog, you’ll find all your burning questions about lesbian dating answered.
Dating apps are easy to come by, but what’s an LGBT person looking for friends to do? Try social network MOOVZ. Launched globally in 2015, it aims to connect LGBT+ communities worldwide. With features ranging from location-based searches to a blog run by members from around the world, it’s a one-stop-shop designed to help you find your tribe at home or abroad.
Created by renowned speech pathologist Kathe S Perez, Eva (Exceptional Voice App) is for members of the trans community who need to give their voice a makeover. With step-by-step programmes designed to help you achieve a more masculine or feminine voice, the app will help you sound like the man or woman you really are.
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