Users can select a category, browse through hundreds of questions, and find someone based on their personality, not just their looks.
The app's mission is to "foster engaging conversations that enable people to find partners who are both physically and intellectually attractive.” And if you've ever swiped someone on a dating app only to discover they don't know the difference between "they're," "there," and "their," and this matters to you — then you know why this is a genius idea.
"I always felt that for me as a woman, I always had to wait around,” Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe said in the .
“In all other arenas, I was ambitious and a go-getter, but when it came to dating, I wasn’t supposed to go after what I wanted. K., here’s what we’re going to do: Women make the first move.
"In the early days I'd go to nightclubs with a bottle of sambuca in one hand, and tequila in the other, and encourage girls to download the app in return for a shot," Exton told the BBC.
Made for LGBTQ women, by LGBTQ women, HER is about a lot more than just dating.
All female profiles are private and can only be revealed to the men of their choosing.
This means the male profiles with the best pictures and content get the most attention.
Users can make friends, read content, find out about local events, or simply chat.