Grindr is the app to have if youâ€™re a gay or bisexual man. The user base is unrivaled by any other service no matter where youâ€™re located.
Letâ€™s get this out of the way first: Grindrâ€™s users lean heavily toward hookups. Youâ€™re going to come across guys who open a conversation with a picture of their nether region. But thereâ€™s no doubt you can find interesting guys to converse with whether thatâ€™s to ultimately have a fling or grab something to eat. As long as youâ€™re safe, it doesnâ€™t matter what you do.
The grid-style layout makes Grindr a free-for-all. Everyone is on the same playing field with their name and profile picture shown at once. Select a profile and swipe up to see details. Grindr starts any profile with a userâ€™s age and mini-bio, but then it breaks down into the heavy stuff â€” height, weight, body type, position, looking for, HIV status, and social media. The information provided here, frankly, makes or breaks you on Grindr. Gather your friends, have them help you. The tiniest error on your Grindr profile will make a guy look elsewhere.
By the way, you donâ€™t have to necessarily be a gay or bisexual man to use Grindr. The service has done a good job as of late to welcome more members of the LGBTQ community. Grindr now lets you specify your gender and pronouns in whatever fashion you wish.
Grindr XTRA is the appâ€™s premium subscription thatâ€™s isnâ€™t so expensive. Itâ€™s certainly useful, thatâ€™s for sure. Pay a few bucks and Grindr will remove advertisements, provide unlimited blocks, offer more filters, and receive push notifications. No one likes saying Grindr XTRA is worth it, but the added features are a blessing for any user.
Go ahead, join the 2+ million users worldwide enjoying themselves on Grindr. Itâ€™s quite handy if youâ€™re not someone who runs across other gay or bisexual men frequently.
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