It seems that everywhere you look there are online dating apps these days. It's probably a sign of the times that we are just as happy to meet up with someone online as we are happy to meet up in some sweaty bar. It's cheaper, it's safer and you can do it from the comfort of your home. In fact, dating is probably more social now than its never been and dating sites give you a hell of a lot of information about a person before you even get to meet them. On the other hand, however, specific gay dating apps aren't quite so prevalent and some are a little sleazier than others. Seed is a social and dating app for Android (with iOS just around the corner) with a difference. This great looking app focuses its attention on its ease of use and, unlike most of its competitors, has no restrictions on the amount of messaging or how any photos can be kept.
Seed is a global gay, bi and curious dating app that provides seamless integration across phone, tablet and web and its aim is to help relationships flourish from a single 'seed'. This very classy looking app does everything and more than a usual dating site. You can browse by location, those most recently online or by checking out the visitors to your profile. There is unlimited message storage and you can not only send text to your recipient, but also photos, videos and other files as well as your location. As mentioned before, Seed offers unlimited public and private photo storage as well as unlimited blocking and unblocking of members. It also gives you unlimited profile viewing with comprehensive personal details as well as the ability to filter details to find someone who likes what you like and lives nearby. You can even enjoy group chat on the fully integrated Seed web site
Seed was originated designed for Gay.co.nz - New Zealand's largest gay personals site - and proved so popular that it has been turned global. It's easy to use and provides seemless integration across mobiles, tablets as well as the regular web platform. The interface is cool and subtle and certainly doesn't push itself with all guns blazing - sublety is always good for a dating site. I guess the big difference between Seed and other dating sites is its claim of unlimited messaging and photo sharing and retention. So many other sites put limitations on the amount of data you keep. The search and filtering capabilities are excellent and enable you to home in on the specific type of person that interests you and on their proximity to you. Seed does carry an 18+ rating but otherwise offers a user friendly gay dating service that is up there with the best of them.