Bumble is a dating app designed to suit the needs of women. It is safe, excellent, and fun to use. It provides women with an opportunity to make the first move by giving people with 2-hour window to make a connection once approached.
Advantages of using Bumble
Bumble encourages and promotes same sex conceptions and also fosters friendship among users. This dating platform was started by Wolfe, who serves as the company’s chief executive officer. Whitney is also the co-founder of Tinder, an app that resembles Bumble. Wolfe began Bumble to help people make a connection as well as minimize cyber bullying by giving women an opportunity to make the first move. Bumble also enables women to get dates for different occasions. With the aid of her partner, Andrey Andreev, she has strived to grow this company into a multi-billion dollar social platform. According to Whitney Wolfe, this app has revolutionized the rules of dating. It has also equalized the dating field for women by giving them an opportunity to take the lead in conversations.
How Bumble operates
Bumble is easy to use since the app is compatible with both Android and Apple devices. The app is first downloaded and installed on the phone or tablet. The user then develops a profile and can upload photos to it if they wish. Bumble encourages users to upload information that is accurate and discourages impersonation. Once an interested woman makes the first move after reviewing her prospective partner’s profile, they are given a day to “swipe right” and start a conversation.
Bumble is based in Austin and currently works with more than thirteen employees. Since its entry into the tech world, Bumble has facilitated more than 15 million conversations and succeeded in making more than 80 million matches. Wolfe has received recognition for growing Bumble. In 2016, Wolfe was named Elle’s Women in Technology. She was recognized by the Business Insiders as one of the under 30 women to watch in technology. Wolfe recently became the 2017 Forbes 30 under 30. Wolfe is a degree holder from SMU in the United States.