While Grindr’s functionality is notoriously clunky, Hornet works much better, with less intrusive ads, interesting side features like in-app articles and more photos.
In practice though, you use Hornet much the same way as Grindr.
While a lot of people decry the decline of gay bar culture, there’s no denying that dating apps are the most popular method of meeting people in 2018.
With that in mind, here’s a run down of the most popular gay dating apps for queer men.
Who it’s for: everyone Hornet’s USP seems to be ‘we do Grindr better than Grindr’.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.People are also pretty trigger happy with pics, if you’re into that sort of thing.You have to log in through Facebook, so there’s much less room for anonymity.Chappy is the brainchild of Made In Chelsea’s Ollie Locke, who was looking for something different from the other gay dating apps on the market.
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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.