If you don't live in a cave, you're probably very aware of the boom of dating applications and programs. The world before and after Tinder. Plenty of developers have tried to release their own ideal version of this experience, trying to make the most of the demand. The problem is that the market is quite saturated right now to such an extent that if you wanted to use one of these services, you wouldn't know which one to turn to. Well, that's why we're here to talk to you about Bumble - Date, Meet Friends and Network, developed for Android by Bumble Holding Limited. Make friends, meet the love of your life, and make professional contacts all in the same app! A very rare combination.
Establish important relationships, find friends, and make useful contacts.
How does it work?
To access Bumble, you'll have to log in with your Facebook account. Beware of the permissions you have to grant: to use Bumble you don't need to provide access to your photos so there's no need to grant such permission as it only needs to get hold of your most basic information. Later, it will ask you about your main interest:
- Make new friends to become the next Famous Five.
- Live an unprecedented romantic love story.
- Make yourself known in the business and networking world through your drunk photos on Facebook.
In Bumble, women take the initiative.
Once you've chosen the desired option, the application works very similarly to Tinder: swipe the person left if you're not interested or right if you like the user. If that person has enabled the option, you'll be able to read some basic information and a short biography. If that person also liked you, you can start talking and establishing a relationship. However, in Bumble, women have to take the first step so men can get too annoying and the developers of the app can boast about their woman-friendly development. Interested? You can install the basic version from the Play Store without paying a cent but if you want to make the most of all its advantages, you'll have to pay to use Bumble Boost where you can:
- Find out who likes you.
- Recover expired connections.
- Extend connections without limits.
Or you can also go to your nearest pub, order a beer, and start chatting to anyone. The classic method can be slightly riskier but also more exciting.