Scruff is a free app, but if you want access to more advanced search features, user videos, and message histories, you’ll need to pay a month for Scruff Pro.
If you’re looking for something a little more substantial than a hookup, LGBTQutie is a great option.
Tinder, along with Grindr, has added a number of new features to make it welcoming to trans and queer users.
With 1.6 billion swipes every day, you’re sure to find someone to spend an evening, or a lifetime, with on Tinder.
Another relative newcomer to the LGBTQ dating app scene, Scissr is a gorgeous dating app for women.
In addition to providing the standard dating app fare, it also promises to provide a safe space for women to find love, friendships, and build community.
The app uses your phone’s location to find other members nearby.
It’s a fun app for chatting, trading photos, and meeting up with people. Tinder lets you swipe right on people across the LGBTQ spectrum.With that said — if you’re ready to give online dating a shot, here are a few teen-friendly options.Age limit: 18 and up Available for: i OS and Android What's good: If you're looking for a relationship, this is the app for you.Of course, that doesn’t mean these apps are 100% safe.You still need to follow the usual online safety precautions — never give out your home address, look for synced social media profiles to make sure you’re not getting catfished, and if you decided to meet up, make it somewhere reeeeeally public.And while some apps continue to cater to specific groups within the LGBTQ community, most are moving toward creating inclusive and supportive platforms for everyone. Check out our general best dating apps guide for more.