Grindr - Gay chat

Grindr - Gay chat

By Grindr LLC

  • Category: Social Networking
  • Release Date: 2009-06-25
  • Current Version: 4.3.0
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 194.01 MB
  • Developer: Grindr LLC
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 9.0
Score: 2.5
From 31,240 Ratings


Grindr is the world’s #1 FREE mobile social networking app for gay, bi, trans, and queer people to connect. Chat and meet up with interesting people for free, or upgrade to Grindr XTRA for more features, more fun, and more chances to connect. Grindr is faster and better than ever: • See people nearby based on your location • Browse re-designed profiles with bigger photos • Chat and share private photos • Filter your search to find what you want • Customize your profile to share more about yourself • Star your favorites and block others • Report people easily and safely • Send your location and make it easier to meet • More ways to quickly find what you're looking for • More ways to chat with people around the world Create and personalize your profile now to include more about you, what you’re looking for, and more. Within minutes you’ll be ready to connect, chat, and meet. Looking for even more? Upgrade your Grindr experience to XTRA for more features, more freedom and more fun. Grindr XTRA subscription features include: • No banner ads • See 6x the profiles, up to 600 at once • View only people who are online now • View only profiles with a photo • Unlimited blocks and favorites • Access to all premium filters • Chat easily with saved phrases • Send multiple photos at once Get Grindr XTRA with one of the following auto-renewing plans: 1 month / 3 months / 6 months / 12 months. Grindr has someone for everyone. No matter what you’re looking for, you can find it here! Grindr XTRA Subscriptions: Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes account will automatically be charged at the same price for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period unless you change your subscription preferences in your App Store account settings. You can manage your subscriptions at any time through your App Store account settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when making a purchase of an auto-renewing subscription. Tell us what you think about Grindr by visiting If you are experiencing any issues, you can get support by contacting us through Terms of Service: Privacy Policy: Grindr and Grindr XTRA are for adults 18 years and older only. Photos depicting nudity or sex acts are strictly prohibited. Facebook: @grindr Twitter: @grindr Instagram: @grindr Snapchat: zerofeetaway



  • Could be better

    By pagirefighter
    I like the app, need to have easier access to the app as far as your likes, dislikes on the free app as in the paid version, need to be able to delete people totally and not have them back in app.. the ones who ask for money... prostitution & drug users
  • Prices

    By makesnosense101
    It’s absolutely ridiculous how much you guys charge for Grindr xtra!! $20 for 1 month?? $40 for 3 months?? That’s insane! And if you don’t have xtra, there’s no reason to have Grindr because it’s stupid without it!! Such a rip off
  • Unstable App

    By BnBguy
    This app is constantly crashing & freezing & loses its connection. If it wasn’t the number one app it would be last. That said if you fight your way through the intrusive ads & poor functionality you can make connections.
  • So much spam

    By Wombatmatty
    Spam spam spam. Until they institute a two step validation procedure... like click the link we just sent to your email... it’s only too easy to create hundreds of spam accounts using fake email addresses and by clicking the easy to bypass google recaptcha. Oh. And the logout feature and chat backup feature that are supposed to be in the version are mysteriously missing. I swear no one checks these things.
  • Sound adjustment annoying

    By Davush1969
    This becoming more and more annoying. I understand the need for advertisers but it becomes unbearable.
  • Wow...Really Bad Already

    By Albert D
    I rarely write reviews; good or bad. This Grindr app is the worst. I would delete it, but it’s all I have keeping in touch. Constant freezing and pushes me into the “App Store” constantly too.
  • Horrible support

    By Ga Thoughts
    Grindr is great for finding guys; however, support is horrible. Grindr makes it near impossible to submit a ticket, even if you’re a premium member. Takes days if not works for them to reply, and then they ask questions about information that you submitted in the initial ticket. Too many adbots. New reporting system discourages reporting if fake ads.
  • Battery drain

    By iPhoneWanderer
    Within minutes of opening this app, my phone has already dropped 10% of its battery. Not to mention the constant crashes when returning from another app. This latest update now refreshes the entire grid of people when ever you go back from viewing a profile. Why was this not checked before this version of the app was updated? Why is it always that this thing seems OK for a couple of months, but another lease comes out and all these problems are introduced that we thought were resolved or year ago? Ugh.
  • Constant Glitches

    By Homosexualville
    Currently, every time I open the app, it freezes; it won’t let me scroll, push on any buttons or type. I’ll also get notified that I have a message or Tap, though when I open the app, there is none.
  • Ads/Moderation/Banning

    By FWH4
    Grindr used to be a great app for making quick connections or maybe a date. Used to be. I’ve been paying for it for years (when it started at $59/yr). Ad/Spam bots have overrun the app. They appear to chat a few lines, waste your time, and then link you somewhere. The latest involves getting you to text a phone number. If you don’t have a paid subscription the ads are insane. Some cause a technical issue (audio error sounds) and I suspect they cause a hung process - my phone battery life would drain quickly - leaving me to force quit the app and restart the phone to remedy. This is a result of using rogue ad providers. Moderation has no consistency. They approve photos which clearly violate their guidelines. Too many “slip thru the cracks”. I’ve even seen x-rated pictures get approved for public profiles. Recently, I was banned for no reason after years. Contacting Grindr Support was a joke. They made claims without any evidence/proof. I’m a pretty nice guy, I don’t attack folks, and I’m pretty accepting of others, even if I don’t care for their preferences. Regardless, this went on for a month. I created an account, posted my picture, a few days go by, and I’m banned again. Grindr’s Support Response was they can ban for any or no reason at all, and wished me well. So I did an experiment. I used technical means to create an account and profile which couldn’t be traced back to me except by photo. I didn’t message a single person. A few days went by and sure enough I was banned. I’ve come to find out someone was targeting me and reporting every time they saw my picture. Except this time that person sent me a message of hate. If someone reports you “bullied” them or something else, Grindr takes their word for it, no proof, nothing. I even tried to explain I was targeted by someone who doesn’t like me. The bottom line is they don’t care. I did another experiment - I carefully reviewed their photo guidelines and profile text. Then began reporting clear blatant violations. I made sure to skip anything which was border-lined. I never messaged anyone, but sure enough after a few days I was banned. If someone is reporting a profile, the chat transcript should go with it as proof. Grindr doesn’t have to share that with the offender, but it remains as proof of what occurred. Not just someone’s word. I personally think they’ve got a bad apple or two on their review team. Probably a manager or superior no one will question his/her actions. I reached out to Apple Support - they weren’t any help either. Citing it had been over 90 days. My point here is that this company - which has over $70 million in annual revenue - has to get its act together. They need to weed out the internal issues along with some app changes - like using safer ads, silencing taps, and reporting. If not, it won’t be too much longer where they fade away like A4A, ManH..., and others. Someone/company will create a new platform. Consumers are not forgiving of big brands anymore. Just look at the App Store rating and the countless negative reviews.