1. A new (and totally free) dating app, Dattch, boasts that it's the first dating app "built by lesbians, for lesbians."
2. There are several different ways to actually use the app.
In addition to generally browsing profiles, you can play "Would You Rather" and check out the Dattch blog which is updated with articles regularly. The "Would You Rather" game is reminiscent of Tindr, as you choose between two women and "swipe up" to make your choice. You are matched with ladies that also "swiped" you.
If users are in a relationship, they can switch to "girlfriend mode" and continue using the app to build new friendships.
3. Although it's marketed as an app for lesbians, it won't limit users to any one label.
When setting up your profile you can choose from several options, or just leave that slot blank completely. There is no option for "transgender" at this time.
4. Unlike other apps, Dattch is not location based.
"Girls will never go on a date within four hours -- they are looking for the next weekend or a bit after. Knowing someone's immediately there is interesting but a bit creepy," says Dattch CEO Robyn Exton.
5. Users sign up through their personal Facebook profile, ensuring that men won't sign up and pose as women. (Yes, that happens).
The app aims to create "a safe environment without male and fake accounts."
6. It's very very very pretty to look at.
With Pinterest inspired profiles, the easy-to-use interface allows you to upload images from Instagram and Facebook feeds. You can add as much – or as little – as you please.