trans individuals in the US use Solace
Build a better transition by focusing on your unique experiences and needs.
Over 1.5M words across 1000 resources to assist with your legal, medical, and social goals.
Stay informed about news that may impact your transition so you can tune out the rest.
Built with industry-tested encryption and on-device security. Built for your privacy.
Tailored recommendations and responsive tone personalize your experience with Solace.
Add new pronouns, your favorite nickname, and more to teach Solace new and better ways to affirm you personally.
Updating your name, pronouns, or state, all in-app, is just a few taps away.
Solace has a number of secrets that reward longevity. As you achieve the big moments, Solace is ready to celebrate with you.
The first mobile app to holistically assist with your gender transition. No referral letter needed. No meetings to show up to. This is about helping you be you, faster than ever before.
Solace is your ultimate helper. They can keep track of your goals. Provide you with up-to-date information, and ultimately help you achieve your transition goals faster.
The app can easily help you track your personal development evolution if you take the time to set it up.
This is a great app which can help you save time and make your live easier. And it will help improve your productivity.
1.5M words (and counting). 1000+ goals. Intelligently displayed based on your location and pronouns.
Solace understands who you are and wants to affirm you as the person you are. They're not interested in redefining you. They're interested in you.
Trying to keep up on all the news impacting the trans community can be like drinking water from a fire hose. Solace aggregates information that you need to know automatically.
Solace uses best-in-class privacy and data security practices to make sure that you, and only you, can see your data.
A: Nope. We'd pull the plug on Solace before we ever let that happen. Your data is your data. Hard stop.
A: No. Solace should be thought of as a trusted friend, but medical or legal experts should be consulted as you consider taking additional steps in your transition.
A: The information within Solace is compiled from publicly-available online sources, conversations with subject-matter experts, and user feedback.
A: Probably not. We're focused on the trans community and we're flattered by our imitators in other sectors. We're going to stick to what we know best, and let others tackle the other big problems.
A: Nope. Our apps are made for the individual and the experiences are singular.
A: Yes. Euphoria is led by Robbi Katheirne Anthony, who is a trans woman.
A: We prefer responding to messages, critiques, and questions by email. We made a decision early on to not respond to App Store reviews, and that policy remains.
A: Solace was conceptualized in April 2019 and launched in December 2019.
This app is incredibly useful for transitions, both binary and nonbinary. Helps with both social and physical transitions. Gives you a list of resources and help and what one needs to do along with some of the info even coming with forms.
I needed this so much. I hope they keep making it better, AND I’m a big fan of whats here, the information bank here is deep. Like wow.
It's a wonderful source of information; allows you to compartmentalize your goals; and gets the fifth star for being consistent, affirming, and always improving.
This is literally one of the BEST LGBTQ apps I've ever had! There's stuff about coming out, Coronavirus, your rights, and so much more. I definitely recommend this app 100000%
So far absolutely amazing, it's helpful, educational, and all around an incredible app. I highly recommend for any gender neutral, non-binary, or transgender person.
This app isn't just pretty to look at, it's also very useful to the trans & Non-Binary community. It's an irreplaceable resource and the first of its kind I've ever found.