You should be able to find both hookups or relationships on Jack’d, but it is a little more NSA friendly.
Who it’s for: everyone Hornet’s USP seems to be ‘we do Grindr better than Grindr’.
Since a change at the top in 2016, Grindr has been on a one-app mission to be the centre of gay universe, with big events, an online magazine and a gay emoji keyboard. Who it’s for: older, hairier, masc Scruff, as the name suggests, is the hairier, bearier alternative to Grindr.
The age range of users skews a little older than its main rival, and they are more uniformly of the muscular persuasion.
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.
Hornet has been slowly beating out other apps worldwide through its news and content delivery, especially in Brazil, but has yet to dislodge Grindr and its other rivals from the top spot in the UK or US.
Who it’s for: who knows You’re probably most familiar with Chappy from it filling every available ad space on your social media.
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.
you can see who’s nearby), Grindr has grown to dominate both the actual market and the entire concept of gay hookup culture.