Much of that success can be attributed to Exton’s nightly escapades in 2013, trading shots for signups.
“We got our first 1,000 people that way,” she says.
With the wide array of dating apps available today, it seems like everyone should be able to successfully land a date or two. Here’s the good news: Finding companionship over tech doesn’t have to be so bleak.
Diva app DIVA is still the biggest selling lesbian magazine with news, entertainment, travel, music, scene, real life features and listings.
However, the idea to launch a dating app didn’t come to her until a Sunday she spent at the pub.
“My friend had just split up with her girlfriend,” explains Exton.
The app is a hybrid of dating and social networking, where you not only can find a romantic partner, but you can also make friends with fellow lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, and queer women.
The user interface is minimal and easy to navigate and setting up your profile is extremely straightforward, allowing users to interact right off the bat.