Also, with Premium, you can change your location. This will let you meet other women on the go and see who is in your area whenever you travel.
Pink Cupid takes five to ten minutes to create an account. Its questions are lengthy compared to HER. You even need to upload a government identification card to verify your birthday. In contrast, the HER app only requires you to connect using your Facebook and Instagram. Other dating apps require email verification upon signing up.
Pink Cupid allows male users to sign up in their app. They are not as strict as HER that strictly allows women only in its community.
Pink Cupid has unique features where you can add CupidTags to tag your hobbies and interests. It also has a built-in translator and a chatroom to meet more people. Moreover, you can upload glam photos to join their glam photo competition where winners get a three-month subscription.
Lastly, Pink Cupid has a web version where some features are not available on their app yet. The app is currently available only for Android users.
Scissr works similarly to HER when it comes to the GPS function. They have fun features where you can tag a person as a “crush” or add them to your “wish list.” You can also set preferences for “hookup,” “love and relationship,” “networking,” and “friendship.”
If you are into Tiktok, then you will find this app better as it focuses more on videos. Fem has group chats if you are into chatting with groups. If videos are not your thing, you can still use photos on your profile.
Lesly is similar to HER when it comes to setting preferences and finding a match. It also has a swipe feature like Grindr and other OG apps.
Hinge matches users within your circle. The app caters to people who are looking for hookups rather than long term romances. Its tagline is even “the app designed to be deleted.”
Other Dating Apps
The rest of the apps we know in the market are not focused on lesbians. You can sign up and browse for partners but do not guarantee that your match is someone who has the same preferences as you.
Although apps have security features, any person with wrong intentions can pass those restrictions and still harm you. It’s always best to practice safety as these matches come from simple algorithms.
Before you meet with someone, go on other social media sites and check if their profile exists. Check if the profile belongs to a real person, not some poser. Get all the information you can get from the person aside from his/her dating profile.
2. Use Google Voice Number
You do not want to use your real number for your first date. If it didn’t go well on your end, chances are you may not want to speak with them again. The Google Voice app lets you check everything, from calls to messages, without giving away your phone number. You can also block anyone who makes you feel uncomfortable. Always keep your phone number secure and only give them to people you trust.
3. Video Chat with Them Before Meeting Up
Before you jump into meeting in person, you can deepen your relationship through video chats. This is a big tool for you to avoid fake profiles. When you do video chats before a date, you will hear their voice and see facial expressions. It will also avoid being catfished by someone. Also, you will feel less anxious at the first meeting when you had a few video calls prior.