Join the GENDR Community to:
+ Connect with a global community of people that identify on the gender spectrum
+ Create your personal profile to share your own story & identity
+ Meet GENDR Community members near you who respect your identity, share your interests, listen to your frustrations and celebrate your journey of authentic living
+ Chat, private message & share photos
+ Participate in online and live events
GENDR is a private, members-only, global community.
Membership dues: $2.99 per month or $27.99 per year (USD)
One fee. All Access. Everyone Equal.
Learn more at www.GENDR.co
GENDR offers monthly and yearly in-app subscriptions.
When purchasing a subscription your iTunes account will only be charged at purchase confirmation or after the end of your free trial, if available. Subscriptions auto-renew unless cancelled 24 hrs prior to period end. You can manage your subscription in your iTunes Account settings.
In this update, we spiffed up some stuff on the backend to improve onboarding flows. Enjoy!
Ratings and Reviews
So to have an LGBTQ friendly social media i have to actually have spare money?Some (actually a majority of) people aren’t wealthy enough to have an extra expense
This app is not free. This app is not even reasonably priced. It's a subscription based service, so you have to pay $5 every month or $30 every year to even sign up. There isn't even any way to see what the app is like before you buy. You're betting on people being there when you buy, but who knows if they'll be there and who knows if they're people you want to be around.
I could justify $5 one time. I might even be able to justify $30 one time. But I can't justify a subscription. I can't guarantee I'll have $5 extra every month. Trans and gender nonconforming people experience more financial problems than the average person. Transition is expensive, new clothing is expensive, hormones are expensive, surgery is expensive, losing your job and being unable to find a new one is expensive. That's not even taking into account that many many of the trans people looking for an online community are very young and don't have parental support or any income.
Because of the subscription based service, I also doubt many people are going to be on there. Even if they can afford it, it's prohibitive. If there were no ongoing charges they may have more trolls, but they'd at least have more people. With the rarity of people like us, is it really wise and realistic to exclude anyone who lives paycheck to paycheck or without consistent income?
I think this is a way to extort money out of an already vulnerable subset of the population.
The idea is nice
The layout is extremely confusing. A tutorial for apps is generally unnecessary, but it would be very helpful here. The only way to find people similar is to choose from a pool of 10 topics. One of them is education if that gives you an idea. I see many faces, but I don't see anyone active on my feed. Also there's no ages on profiles. I wouldn't pay $5 a month in all honesty, but I do give starts for having the right intentions. It just takes a lot to long this type of app, and it will be a pain when your charging a group of people that make up about 1% of the population, and are usually facing issues related to their gender that make it impossible to pay $5 a month for an app with no one on it.
- Mighty Software, Inc.
- 62.7 MB
- Social Networking
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- © Mighty Software, Inc. 2018
- In-App Purchases
- Monthly Plan $2.99
- Yearly Plan $27.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.