HER has also added space for a text bio, which is very common on other dating apps but wasn’t a part of Her . “It was interesting to reflect on how people have changed,” said founder and CEO Robyn Exton, in reference to text profiles. “People used to worry about writing a bio but now they really want more ways to express themselves, and they want to see other people’s writing skills when they’re browsing profiles.
The profiles on the app have always been slightly more expressive than those of other dating apps, allowing users to post multiple pictures, interests etc. , all of which were ‘likeable’ by other users.
The updated profiles allow users to express themselves more fully in the categories of gender, sexuality, pronouns, diet preferences, star signs, drinking, smoking and cannabis habits, among others.