11 Best Bisexual Dating Apps & Sites For Bi-Singles

As opposed to popular dating apps, Bisexual dating apps make it so much easier for you to find what you're looking for, whether that's love, friendship – or simply to see what's out there.

We know, of course, how difficult it can be to find a bisexual dating app that promotes respect and inclusivity, and which, moreover, actually has a high enough user base so that you can comfortably connect with people who are on your level and set-up dates without feeling as though you're getting nowhere.

This is why we've curated this list of the best bisexual dating sites. We've reviewed and tested each one, making sure that they're bisexual-friendly, affordable, and that they have a large enough user base so that you're not constantly shooting in the dark. 

Best Bisexual Dating Apps

1. BiCupid 


BiCupid is a bisexual dating site aimed at both men and women. It's now used by almost 2,000,000 people worldwide, and most users are aged 25 or under. This suggests the app is more popular with young people who are looking to date and see what's out there, as well as those who are more – shall we say? – sexually active. 

It's also worth mentioning that you can sign up to BiCupid as a couple, and despite its name, the app isn't just limited to lesbian & bisexual women. Wherever you are on the sexual spectrum, BiCupid accommodates and welcomes you. But while the app is free to download and use, you will need to upgrade your account to send and receive messages. 

Upgrading for a month costs $37, with most users preferring to subscribe for 3 months for the cheaper price of $27 per month. You can also subscribe for 6 months for just $22 per month.

2. OkCupid 


Perhaps the gold standard of all bisexual dating apps, OkCupid is recognized as the most LGBTQ+ friendly app globally. Tolerant of all sexual orientations, it allows you to state several identity markers so that it's really easy to meet people who are actively looking for the same thing you are. 

Sending and receiving messages is free, although the catch is that you can't see when someone has sent you an opening message until you “like” them back. OkCupid has both a search function and a swiping facility, and it takes user safety so seriously that it's very difficult for a) fake profiles to use the site and b) for anyone you're not interested in to hassle you. 

As mentioned, OKCupid is free to send and receive messages, but premium packages are also available. Upgrading for a month costs around $10 and lets you see who's already liked you, and it gives you message priority. 

3. Her


Her is primarily used by lesbians – but it's also used by bisexual women and bi-curious women who want to explore their sexuality some more. Not just that, but it's also used by cis women seeking other cis women. It's popular, too, with its user-base now topping a million around the world. 

Not just that, but Her is so inclusive that it warmly welcomes women of all different types of sexual orientations and encourages you to be yourself. However, you need to have either a Facebook or an Instagram account to sign-up, and this is so that the app can verify that you're a genuine bi woman (and not a man posing as a woman just to use the app). 

Like OkCupid, you can send and receive messages for free on Her, but if you want to change your location and get access to unlimited swipes, you'll need to upgrade your account. A month's worth of Her costs around $17, while locking yourself into a 6-month contract will set you back $14 per month. 

4. Feeld 


Feeld is a bisexual dating app that's ideal for anyone who wants to explore different sexualities, kinks and erotic fantasies. It's for the open-minded and tolerant who maybe want a hookup, a one night stand, a threesome – or even an open relationship. However, you can only sign-up via Facebook. You'll come across bi couples as well.

If you've got a Facebook account, you can sign-up as a couple or as an individual, and there are a range of advanced search filters that allow you to find people of different genders and sexual orientations. Members are super active and will respond to messages, and there's also a chatroom that gives you the chance to meet even more people. 

Lots of things on Feeld are free, including sending and receiving messages, but upgrading to a premium account lets you see when someone was last active, as well as whenever someone wants to connect with you. Prices start out from $18 per month.

5. Grindr


Grindr is a bit similar to Her – except it's for men. It's the most popular gay dating app in the world, with a user base that far exceeds 10 million. But while many gay men use it for hook-ups, friendship and relationships, lots of bisexual singles, bi-curious and even cis men use it, too. 

Grindr is especially useful for finding local dates, as local matches are at the heart of its concept. You can also find matches further afield in your country, although you'll need to become a premium member for this. A catch is that all profiles are only allowed one pic, and because many of the fields aren't mandatory, many profiles are fairly sparse. 

Grindr is free to send and receive as many messages as you want, but many people choose to pay $12 a month to view as many as 600 matches per day, which is especially ideal on an app like this where there are so many users trying to get your attention. 

6. Hinge


Hinge is a free-to-use dating app that's open for everyone – heterosexuals, gays and lesbians, and, of course, bisexual people. Because it's open to everyone, you must tweak your profile to let people know what you're looking for. Hinge then uses your preferences to suggest you daily matches, and you can also swipe through a limited number of users per day. There is no search function, though. 

Sending and receiving messages on Hinge is free, but you can upgrade your account to take advantage of features, such as being able to see who's liked you. And if you're the kind of person who hates creating profiles, one of the best things about Hinge is that it gives you a series of prompts to answers – such as “best Netflix box set” – which others can then respond to to start a conversation with you. 

Many people use Hinge for free, but upgrading to a premium account means you get to see who's liked you straight away (no need to keep swiping endlessly!). Prices start out from just $25 per month. 

7. eHarmony 


If you're looking for the “One” and perhaps even want to get married, eHarmony is a dating app for serious daters. Time wasters? They're not welcome here. Indeed, eHarmony – which is home to millions of members worldwide – claims to have helped 600,000 couples tie the knot. 

Its premise is simple: At the heart of eHarmony is a mandatory personality test that you must answer before your account is live. Your results are then fed into an algorithm, and the app sends you daily suggested matches. You're then free to send automated questions to your matches, but you can only start a proper conversation with them once you've upgraded to a premium account.

Prices for eHarmony start out from $35 per month if you choose to lock yourself into a 6-month subscription. Alternatively, you can go with a 12-month subscription ($15 per month) or a 24-month subscription ($12 per month).

Note: eHarmony requires you to create two different profiles where each profile will seek different genders. It's very inconvenient, but the thing is eHarmony has quality users, so it's worth a shot. Also, if you become a premium member, your second account will also become a paying member without any extra cost when you mail them.

8. #Open


#Open is aimed at “ethically non-monogamous daters,” which is the same as saying that it's perfect for bisexual daters who are looking for either open relationships or one night stands. It's not for those who are seeking a committed, long-term relationship.

A relatively new app, #Open wants you to be as open as you want when it comes to identifying yourself. Whatever label fits? Use it! Moreover, as a modern dating app, it relies on the use of hashtags to communicate your desire with others. It's not for everyone, but for the modern, open-minded dater, #Open might be the dating app you've been waiting for. 

#Open is entirely free to use, but there are in-app purchases that are designed to improve your overall experience. 

9. Taimi


Taimi claims to be the safest app available to bisexual daters. It's also used predominantly by people under the age of 24. While many people use it for casual dating, it's also possible to meet someone on Taimi who's looking for a serious relationship. 

Like many other popular bi dating apps, Taimi doesn't have a web version. Registration is free and easy, but while everyone can use a chat function, you need to be a paying member to send messages. And even though you can't have a proper conversation on Taimi until you've matched with someone, you can at least send chat requests with people that haven't liked you back (yet). 

Unlike many other dating apps, Taimi lets you subscribe for just a week, with prices starting from $2 per day. If you prefer to subscribe for a month, you will need to pay just over $40. 

10. Bumble 


While strictly not aimed just at bisexuals, Bumble is widely known as a more inclusive version of Tinder. Similar to Tinder, it's a swipe app predominantly used by millennials and Generation-Z, and like Tinder, you can send and receive messages for free. However, the lack of a search function means that your best chance of finding what you want is to state it clearly in your profile. 

There's also a premium version of Bumble, which lets you see who's already liked you (you can't chat with someone until you've matched with them), as well as boosts your visibility. And as part of its aim to make online dating safer, Bumble has a rule where only women can message first. 

Most people use Bumble for free, but one of the perks of subscribing is that you get to extend your connections for more than 24 hours (as a free member, connections vanish if you don't send a message within the first 24 hours). Prices start out from $10 a month.

11. Tinder 


Tinder was the original swipe dating app that today is used by millions of people worldwide. It's free to send and receive messages, but you need to match with someone before you can start talking. And while Tinder is bisexual-friendly, the lack of a search function means that – like Bumble – you will need to tweak your profile in order to help you land more matches.

Speaking of landing more matches, Tinder's super high user base means that many members either upgrade their accounts to one of Tinder's 3 premium accounts to help them land more matches or they pay for one-off features, such as more Super Likes and more Boosts. These improve your visibility and help you land more high-quality matches. 

Like Bumble, most people who use Tinder are free members. Upgrading your account lets you see who's already liked you, which is ideal for generating faster matches. There are actually 3 different upgrade packages available, with the cheapest starting out at under $20 per month. 

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About Mary J. Gibson

Mary J. Gibson, director of DatingXP.co, is a renowned love and relationship coach whose expertise is widely acknowledged across the industry. Her insightful guidance and profound understanding of romantic relationships have earned her features in prestigious publications including Bustle, AskMen, Cosmopolitan, and Elite Daily. Committed to staying ahead of trends, she continually broadens her knowledge by conducting incisive interviews and forging dynamic relationships with emerging dating services, ensuring her advice remains relevant and impactful.