Last year, Tinder, known for its persistent threesome-seekers, even managed to ban Transgender users by default.

They offered to give me the second, superfluous, ridiculous membership for free as they’re a paid service.

I declined.” Varley told of similarly eye-rolling experiences: “Newer entrants Inner Circle and Coffee Meets Bagel which seem promising in many ways don’t appear to allow gender choice at all,” she explains.

“We tried to make Clocked as inclusive as possible,” said Gomez Acebo.

“For that reason we gave all our users the option to search for both sexes should they so wish.” However, for the Clocked app to work you have to self-identify as either a man or a woman, which inherently excludes any genderqueer people.

“With Once, I was presented with two buttons: Straight and Gay. “I was furious and emailed them to let them know, at which point they said they’d build it into an updated version of the app.

They did, but the damage was done.” The journalist had a similar experience on Lovestruck: “I emailed them about this and their reply was (it’s so comical it’s almost untrue), that their database couldn’t handle it and I would have to sign up once as straight and again as gay.

A straight man or woman won’t ever have to give a second though to the idea that when they select ‘man seeks woman’, or ‘woman seeks man’, they are enjoying a privilege that many don’t.

“Despite being part of the very well-known acronym LGBT, the B is very frequently forgotten,” said Holly Brockwell, the editor of women’s tech publication .

Each position posted on the app has a profile page with details about the company, the job requirements, how many of your contacts work there and which job skills match those you have.

If you see a position that you’re interested in swipe right, if you’re not interested then swipe left.

Know of any other job search apps that work similar to online dating?