Bumble is the first app to bring dating, friend-finding, and career-building into a single social networking platform. It has changed the way people date, find friends, and the perception of meeting online, for the better. Women make the first move.
The matches were more genuine, the conversations way better, and the twists (compared to other apps) encourage you to actually go out and meet people in real life.
Also, it works... I got engaged to an incredible girl in September and that is all thanks to Bumble!
This is the classiest dating app on the market. Even works in smaller cities where newer apps haven't caught on. The part where women have to initiate the conversation breaks the ice and brings a fresh energy to dating. Tinder can feel gross and comments from users can be uncouth from the beginning. Bumble is completely different. I met my current partner on…See more
Bumble is by far my favorite dating app. It's one of the only apps out there that feels fun while still maintaining a sense of safety, composure, and gravitas. The fact that it was created by women fed up by the existing dating app offerings is evident— and they ended up making the better app because of it. Also, I think it's worth mentioning that their bran…See more
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Serena Williams, the global sports and fashion icon and investor, is doubling down on her relationship with the dating app Bumble with today's announcement that she will serve as an investor in its Bumble Fund. Launched in 2018, the Bumble Fund backs early-stage businesses founded and led by...
Bumble launched a new feature today called Spotlight that brings a user's profile to the top of people's swipe page for 30 minutes. Users have to pay two Bumble Coins - or $1.99 - to access the feature, and Spotlight doesn't call these users out in-app, so no other user knows why someone is at the top of their profile card stack, not that they normally would…See more
Bumble is launching a "private detector" feature that can automatically detect lewd images and warn users about the photo before they open it. Users can decide if they want to view or block the image or report the image to moderators.
Facebook Dating makes it easier to find love through what you like — Start meaningful relationships through things you have in common, like interests, events & groups. Get a more authentic look at who someone is.
Are Americans ready to trust Facebook with their dating life? Barely more than a month has passed since the U.S. Federal Trade Commission fined Facebook a record $5 billion over its privacy lapses, and imposed a modified corporate structure to hold the company more accountable for its decisions ove...
After months of testing around the world, Facebook Dating is now available in the US. The product, which is available to users 18 and older, will appear as a new tab within the Facebook mobile app. It's a potentially big poke to online romance.
Facebook Dating's US rollout includes a few new updates, including safety features and more Instagram integration. Facebook has long been the place where everyone from college students to divorcées scope out their romantic interests. Now Facebook users in the United States can officially use the social network as a dating service-complete with specialized pr…See more