Gaydar is an online dating platform for gay guys and bi-sexual men from anywhere in the world. It is an online dating site that can also be accessed using handheld devices through its downloadable mobile app version.

It was founded by Gary Frisch and Henry Badenhorst.

The Gaydar app is available to both Android and i OS users. With Gaydar, gay dating is made more fun and convenient.

You know you want to because you have total faith in the app itself in providing you the chance to meet incredible women, but it can be a bit much for those who are wary of their money.

As we enter 2019, we look at the best dating apps on the market for lesbian, bisexual and queer women.

While it is not specifically designed for LGBT people, Ok Cupid is very queer-friendly and has a community of lesbian singles looking for love.

With 12 sexual orientations and over 20 preferred pronouns to choose from, this dating app gives its users the options to show who they really are.

More importantly, some Gaydar members are also those who would like to be educated about HIV and how to practice safe sex.

So by joining Gaydar, members can have fun meeting new people and at the same time learn and be informed by reading Gaydar’s informative blog section.

Those who are curious and open-minded can join and have themselves immersed in an online community exclusive to gay and bisexual men to know more about the people who belong to this community/group. In fact, for those who choose to be discreet, they have the option to make their profile photo blurred.

In addition, online daters on Gaydar are looking for and would like to meet dates, friends, and hookups.

In addition to that, while in the chat room, you may also send private chat messages to other members.

On the other hand, most of the time, Gaydar’s Messaging page takes too long to load.

What’s more, it gives users a chance to answer a series of questions about their likes, dislikes and beliefs, and the app’s algorithm shows a “percent match” for others users as potential partners. When you think of dating app, you automatically think of Tinder. You can set your preference to women and begin to swipe away to find your partner (but you might have to filter through a few male profiles that somehow find their way in. And instead of getting matched with random people based on location, you will be shown mutual friends based on your Facebook.