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FindHrr is the brainchild of London club promoters Nicola Chubb and Rebecca Paisis. ‘It’s more of a lifestyle app for gay and bisexual women’, explains Paisis.
‘It will have all the same elements as Grindr in terms of dating. But we’ve also included categories like accommodation, bars, clubs, sports, community, well-being, eating drinking.’
The app will also include user-generated content. ‘Users can post reviews of places they’ve been,’ says Paisis. ‘It’ll be like a lesbian Trip Advisor combined with a social network.
For example, if I was going to San Francisco on holiday, the app would inform me that Castro is the gay district. It would also pinpoint all the lesbian, mixed and lesbian friendly places in the area, with reviews from users. Then the map function would show me how to get to the various venues.
’Nine months in the making, FindHrr is free, covers 60 countries and is available in four languages – English, French, German and Spanish. It’s currently available on iOS6, with an Android version on the way. Paisis hopes it will enable women to get the best out of the lesbian scene. ‘There isn’t as much choice out there for women,’ she says. ‘Especially when you travel abroad. All too often you turn up at a club only to find that it’s been closed for six months. The app will help women to navigate the lesbian scene and meet other like-minded women more easily.’Start by navigating your way to the FindHrr launch party in Vauxhall this Saturday (February 16). One Love is open to lesbians and bi women, and is sponsored by Smirnoff. There’ll be DJs including Maya Jane Coles, Hannah Holland, DJ Philly and Izzy Trixx playing dance, indie, pop, R&B, and more. Plus the first 400 women to arrive before 10.30pm with the app already downloaded onto their iPhone will get in for free.
One Love is on Saturday February 16 at Area.
Download FindHrr here and find out more about the launch party.