Her - LGBTQ Dating

Her - LGBTQ Dating

By Bloomer Inc

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2012-11-24
  • Current Version: 5.32
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 77.81 MB
  • Developer: Bloomer Inc
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 8.0
Score: 4.5
From 14,016 Ratings


Her is the biggest (and best!) app for lesbian, bisexual and queer people worldwide. Surround yourself with new awesome lesbian friends, go on dates, find local LGBTQ events or just chat away. Her is your go-to-place for all-things-gay. // HER IS: * THE MOST POPULAR LESBIAN APP. Get to know every lesbian & bisexual woman you ever wanted to meet * CRITICALLY-ACCLAIMED. Loved by critics, queer press and members alike * FRIENDLY. Be yourself and feel welcomed! * MADE BY YOU, FOR YOU. Built by LGBTQ women, for LGBTQ women * MUCH MORE THAN DATING. Where you read lesbian news, find out what’s happening in your city, make friends and ask for advice. * LOCAL. Meet gay women in your neighbourhood and attend local events * GLOBAL. One huge worldwide LGBTQ community. The biggest app app for lesbian, bisexual and queer women // HEAR THE COMMUNITY: "I've made so many new friends! The articles posted by Her are so funny and it's really easy to chat to other queer women as they're all so friendly. Thanks Her!" Sophie, 24, California. “It's easy to use, has online community features and lesbian events to attend and meet people in real life. Simply amazing!” Vivian, 19, London. “This is so different from Tinder, OkCupid or any of those other dating apps. The best site to find ‘the lesbian babes’ or simply make cool friends!” Lisanne, 22, Amsterdam. "I was figuring out my sexuality and wasn't sure where to turn but I couldn't have found a better app than Her. I don't need to worry about whether I’m a lesbian or bisexual. It's just loads of great women I can chat to." Hannah, 21, Melbourne. “I’m a 40-something lesbian in a long-term relationship that had just moved cities for my new job. Her was the app that allowed me to make loads of friends at ease!”, Barbara, 44, Toronto. // FEATURES: * VERIFIED ACCOUNTS. Her is a safe space for gay and bisexual women, non-binary and trans folks. You know you’re talking to real people * LIKES. Send one to let her know you want to chat. Quick and no unwelcomed messages * FRIENDS. Add your friends to stay in touch with them and always be able to message each other * POSTS. Ask a question to the community or tell everyone worldwide what you’re up to * LINKS. Post, read, watch, listen and comment the coolest lesbian links and videos you’ve seen today * LGBT EVENTS. Shared by the community in your area. Lesbian parties, meetups, festivals and more * NOTIFICATIONS. Reply to every like, comment, match you’ve received * RELATIONSHIP MODE. In a relationship? No problem. Let everyone know you’re only looking for friends and not dating // ABOUT HER: Her welcomes every female-identified and non-binary people aged 18+. ___________________________ HER has multiple subscription options to choose from, starting as low as $9.99 USD per month. 1 month: $9.99 and $14.99 USD 6 months: $ 44.99 and $59.99 USD 12 months: $89.99 and $59.99 USD If you choose to purchase Her Premium, payment will be charged to your iTunes account. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current 30, 180 or 365 day subscription period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase and must be turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period to take effect. Current Her Premium subscription price starts at $9.99 USD/month and are listed in full above. Prices are in U.S. dollars, may vary in countries other than the U.S. and are subject to change without notice. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. If you don’t choose to purchase Her Premium, you can simply continue using Her for free. More details on Her Premium can be found at: http://weareher.com/terms http://weareher.com/privacy



  • GR8.

    By ddreezy
    Girls r GR8.
  • Melissa’s Review

    By BenniReiko
    The HER application had surpassed my expectations. I’m impressed with the results and I would suggest this app to my friends.
  • It's just ok

    By Tnk1623
    You cannot do anything on this site
  • not a safe space for lgbt women

    By gastropodes
    this app says that it's for lesbian/bi/queer women yet allows trans MEN to use it, while trans WOMEN continue to be reported and banned. the app is called HER for a reason. trans men are men and do not belong in a safe space for queer women. this policy is not only hurtful to lgbt women but also implies that trans men are not actually men and thus hurts them too.
  • So glitchy

    By Gajdlfnsiansja
    Extremely glitchy, freezes every 5 seconds, support button doesn’t do anything
  • Good app

    By HannieReneeA
    It's good there is a female based dating app
  • Great to Use

    By QueenSlayAlott😻
    I think it’s pretty awesome there’s LGBTQ app for females instead of just gay males. This app is easy to use and pretty fun.
  • Good but not the best.

    By Alyyyygggggg
    The overall app has a great concept, but I don’t like that every little thing you need the premium feature. What also gets to me is the constant constant notifications about every little thing. That kinda bugs me and I’ve been tempted to delete the app 😅
  • Oh dear. TERF vibes...

    By blueXenologer
    Allows trans men but not cis men? Like trans men don't violate the woman-centered direction the app had the way cis men would? No. You don't get to treat trans men like they're effectively women and keep me as a user. I know what that means you think about everyone else's gender.

    By pugdillon
    the weird decision to include all genders besides cis men in this app is wild. trans men are not women - why would you make an app called HER for women (and anyone who identifies within the spectrum of women) and include men in it, just because they are transgender ? Why bother making a lesbian centric dating app at all if you’re not going to keep it that way ? The over sexualization of the apps questions and discussions got tiresome also.