There are a lot of people and the profiles are straightforward and the questions for the profile are easy to read, relate to, and are entertaining. The site matches you with potential matches. It even…. More
Bumble.com is in many ways a female-focused version of Tinder, most notably because takes much of the online dating burden off men’s shoulders by requiring women to make the first move. The dating app is primarily a hot or not style swiping game, in which members must match to communicate. But rather than allowing either party to get the conversation rolling (which in present-day online dating times is still primarily activity men are tasked with), on Bumble women must initiate the conversation.
A key feature that both make the app stand out in the crowded hookup app ecosystem, and has attracted a large female user-base. Depending on how much control you like to have over your online dating experience. The dating app is either a godsend or something that can be frustrating.
In August 2016, Bumble.com announced the launch of its paid service, Bumble Boost, which includes three premium features. The Beeline allows a user to see who has already liked them. Rematch offers a second shot with expired matches. Busy Bee adds an extension of 24 additional hours to a match.
Bumble is a dating app. What makes bumble different is that the women have the power, initially. Meaning, the women have to send to the first message if you match. So, if a man swipes right on a woman and she also swiped right, you are both notified of the match, and she has 24 hours to send the man a message. If no correspondence is sent, you both get thrown back into the pile, and you could match again at some point.
It totally depends upon how popular that app is in your location basically Tinder is popular everywhere, so there is a healthy selection of matches in most well-populated areas. Something a little more niche, like Happen or Bumble, may not have a huge user base in your area and, thus, matches be rarer than you would like.
Geographical Settings in Bumble is different from other apps it doesn’t run in the background all the time. When you close an app on your device, the app actually shuts down unless there is a match or a message. Because of this, the app has no idea of your exact location.
Over 900,000 visits per month worldwide and 450,000 visits from the US per month.
Users can register using their phone number or Facebook account. You don't need to provide personal information as the app imports all info straight from your Facebook profile. It only takes 1-2 minutes to create your account. You immediately get suggested matches after you link the app to your Facebook.
Currently, the app only accepts registrations via Facebook, so you can't join if you don't have a Facebook account.
Since Bumble only imports information found in your Facebook profile, you have to change your info on Facebook itself. Any changes made to your Facebook may take 24 hours before they take effect on Bumble.
Bumble Hive is an opportunity for members to not only meet up with other users for fun, friendship, flirts or dating, but business-minded members can also use the event to gain potential business partners, investors, and other connections.
Definitely a quantity over quality kind of app. I wouldnt recommend it to anyone.
Worst waste of time ever, if this is typically how e-dating is they can keep it. Dont waste you’re time, or money on this site.
It is a total waste of money and valuable time.
You pay $100 to get an account then have to keep buying “coins” for another $100 to actually talk with the potential dates. Pretty tricky slimy deal.
Fake likes, fake people, fake messaging, all to take your money and food are you into becoming a pain fool!!!