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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.
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.
Hornet is pitched more towards being a community platform than just a gay dating app, and you’ve got the option to follow people for updates or see events and stories.
Community aspects aside, you’re more likely to find a one night stand on here than a husband.
If masculinity isn’t high on your list of priorities, I wouldn’t necessarily look here.
Scruff is hookup oriented, but does have a ‘match’ function if you’re looking for dates.
That being said, if you’re looking for a brief encounter, Grindr will do the job, as it’s more of a free-for-all than some other apps with little restriction on who you can talk to.
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.