With this new ability to navigate to hashtag-based “sub-feeds” on Hornet, gay men are able to find like-minded members of the community and connect over shared interests. Hashtags like #workout, #gaymer and #travel have already become popular sub-feeds for Hornet users.
100 days since Hornet announced the launch of Version 7 with ephemeral video stories, the world’s gay social network has surpassed 50 million in-app video views. This latest advancement in redefining the gay app category has proven to be popular among the gay men on Hornet, who are now able to connect with their community anytime, anywhere — in a whole new way.
Hornet, the world’s gay social network with over 30 million users, today announced the launch of its Version 7 with ephemeral video short stories, providing even more context for gay men to connect with their community, anytime, anywhere.
The Hornet Community is created by its contributors, and Version 6.10 makes those contributor programs more accessible than ever.
Hornet, the world’s premier gay social network with 25 million users globally, announces its ‘Pride Edition’ Version 6.9 timed with Pride Month 2020, including brand-new features and exciting digital programming, all while many people around the world are required to stay home and distance themselves physically.
Keeping Hornet users safe takes many forms, among them machine learning-based verification systems, various product features, and company policies and commitments.
Hornet is now working with select media partners to curate an array of timely, engaging articles across multiple languages directly in the app. Story content inside Hornet is now more expansive and robust than ever.