April 21, 2021 The Newspaper Serving LGBT Los Angeles

Taimi, Largest LGBTQ+ Platform, Hits 10 Million Users

Since launching in 2018 Taimi, the world’s most inclusive LGBTQ+ platform that features a social network, dating app, and livestreaming, reached 10 million worldwide users. 

The global pandemic and lockdowns forced people to look for social and romantic interactions online in 2020. This trend allowed Taimi to grow its userbase 2.5 times — from 3.5M users in January 2020 to 9M users in December 2020.

Other factors that helped achieve the spike in the number of users are the launch of livestreaming on the app, as well as several joint projects with LGBTQ+ celebrities, activists, NGOs. Taimi’s constant upgrading of the app thanks to users’ feedback did not go unnoticed.

“Last year, in March 2020, Taimi celebrated 5 million users worldwide. Fast-forward one year, and the number of people on the app has doubled. Our team is moved and inspired by this trust, and we will ensure that Taimi stays the most inclusive, secure, and versatile LGBTQ+ platform in the world. We have many exciting features, projects, collaborations, and surprises for you in 2021. Our mission of making the lives of LGBTQ+ people worldwide better is inseparable from our product, and Taimi is thankful to each and every person who put trust in our platform”, says Alex Pasykov, Taimi Founder and CEO.

Taimi offers the safest and most secure user experience on the market — with its several verification layers, 24/7 profile moderation, PIN/Fingerprint/Face ID, and live support. The platform’s fundamental policy is zero-tolerance for judgment, discrimination, hate, or aggression.

Taimi is free to download. Taimi XL subscription provides access to features unavailable or limited in the free version of the app.

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