After thousands of requests from LGBT Australians, the app for queer women is here!

Her, the largest and most popular social network for LGBT women, launched in Australia today. Already living in the US, UK, and Canada, Australia was one of the highest requested countries in the world, pushing the social network for women to launch here.

Founder Robyn Exton says, “I’m excited to bring Her to Australia. We had such a great response – not just women requesting early access to the app but also from hundreds of queer women even offering to launch it there for us! No one has ever created a mobile network for queer women to meet each other in and Her finally gives them that opportunity to connect with the women like them.”

Her is the first app designed specifically around the way women use technology, helping lesbian and queer women socialise and meet each other. With Pinterest style profiles, a community feed with events and content, Her is what it would look like if Tinder and Facebook had been created by women. Also, the app is not only for lesbians – Over half of the app’s users fall into the bisexual, curious, and pansexual categories.

Her is about creating a space where lesbian, bi, queer, curious, flexisexual, pansexual and not-so-straight women can meet and find out what’s going on in their lesbian world. More social, less dating. Women aren’t looking for a ‘Hot or Not’ – they want to chat and meet up, make friends, meet girlfriends, find events. Her is a complete lesbian community and we can’t wait to bring it to Australia!”

She has raised over $2 million to date, backed by social network giants such as Alexis Ohanian, founder of Reddit, Michael Birch, Bebo and Y Combinator.

Her is currently available to download on the Apple App Store and will be available on the Android Play Store soon. Click here to download it now.

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