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Bumble – Dating, Make New Friends & Business

Bumble – Dating, Make New Friends & Business

Bumble Holding Limited

Bumble helps you chat & meet new people, and women always make the first move 💛

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Ratings & Reviews

4.0
1.2M+ Ratings
  1. 5
    56%
  2. 4
    16%
  3. 3
    11%
  4. 2
    5%
  5. 1
    12%
  • Ok- but with a fundamental flaw Feb 5, 2020

    By 4kidmom
    While it is “empowering” for women to make the first move, this app makes it hard to establish a legitimate relationship. It requires location services to be continually on (this makes me believe Bumble wants to spy on users because it’s not required on other sites) and as a result, you get tons of likes from people who live nowhere near you. I have settings on to match with men within a 90 mile radius, but am inundated with people who are just visiting my city. This is a colossal waste of my time! I don’t want to scroll through hundreds of people who don’t even live in my state and are just looking for a hookup. When I travel, I have to remember to turn off my location so I’m not swarmed with likes from people across the country. This flaw makes Bumble substandard to other sites like Hinge, where a user sets the city he or she lives in and chooses a radius. At least on Hinge I can view matches and have conversations and dates with local people. If Bumble wants to be known as more than a hookup app, this needs to change. I’m not a fan of allowing an app constant access to my location, and the time wasted scrolling through visitors is making me want to delete it very soon. Fix this flaw, Bumble, and women will stick around longer. While some women may be fine with finding hookups, many are not. If this app really wants to empower women then give us the choice to opt out of such nonsense. We’re too busy!
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  • I met my fiancée because of this app! Jun 28, 2020

    By thetahmas
    I'm so grateful for this app! I just proposed to my girlfriend last week and she said yes! It's all because of this app! Our paths probably never would have crossed if it wasn't for this app. She is a virtual teacher with two kids that lives an hour and 15 minutes away from me. I saw that our interests were very similar and she was super cute so I swiped right! She started the conversation and the rest is history. I've tried the other dating apps like Tinder, Hinge, and Plenty of Fish. I didn't meet any quality matches on Tinder. I was looking for a serious relationship and it looked like Tinder was mostly for hook ups. Hinge seemed promising, but Bumble was the real winner! Make no mistake, our match didn't come easily. We were both beginning to lose hope with the dating apps and had been using them for about six months or more. I decided to use the premium feature on Bumble and I'm glad I did because I was able to see that she swiped right on me first :-) Who knows if I would have kept an open mind about meeting someone an hour and 15 minutes away if it wasn't for seeing my matches with the premium feature. Anyways, I just want to say thank you to Bumble! You've changed my life for the better! I'm sure God had his hand in it, too ;-)
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  • Can’t believe it. Sep 9, 2020

    By nichole094
    After using may different platforms with no luck I had a friend push me to download this app on a drunken night filled with wine, snacks, Netflix and tears. I matched with guys and conversations fizzled out. He ghosted- I ghosted. I went on a few dates with different guys and sometimes the same guy a few separate times..but nothing every worked. Either the chemistry was off, we didn’t vibe, etc. UNTIL. I met the love of my life (cliché) haha. But in all seriousness- we met up at an ice cream shop, one of his friends also pushed him to download the app. He went through the same grueling process of trying to date. Fast forward to now, we just bought a house together and are talking about engagement rings and kiddos. This guy is amazing and I’m so thankful for drunken nights with friends who push you out of your comfort zone. If you’re reading this please don’t stop trying. We’ve all had failed dates- have been ghosted numerous times and met the occasional jerk. If I gave up I wouldn’t have met this amazing human who I hope to spend the rest of my life with..so with that said- I’m pushing you to keep trying and sending you all the good vibes, be patient..if it’s meant to be it’s meant to be. If not then keep looking because they’re still looking for you too.
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  • Great app for those looking for something serious Mar 3, 2019

    By Ger R.
    I completely loved this app. I haven’t ever used dating apps and about a year ago I decided to give them a try. I did some research and decided to try Bumble first as I was looking for something serious. The app is really easy to use, I just wished the chat window was a bit more interactive and allowed to delete messages (lol), but again the purpose of this app is just to use it as a first step and continue chatting/texting out of it once you think you have a match. As a woman, is nice to be able to take the first step to initiate the conversation. I had 3 dates with really nice guys before finding my current boyfriend (we’ll soon be celebrating our first anniversary!), so we are both very happy we found each other with this app. The only thing I would recommend them to change is to allow choosing pictures from your phone instead of Facebook. I met one guy who had old photos on Facebook because he just didn’t interact with it a lot, so when we met in person he looked a bit different. Overall it was a good app, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for something serious, guys here were really nice, some really well educated, and a couple were absolute gentleman.
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  • Oct 22, 2020

    By Johnny
    Has some cool features-The categories you can pick to put on your profile, i.e. what kind of dates you're comfortable with, what kind of relationship you're looking for, etc. Is a cool touch; as opposed to having to put it in your profile and waste characters. Profile prompts are also pretty cool; basically you get 3 slots and a a set of premade questions you can answer how you want, and post them on your profile.
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  • Oct 21, 2020

    By Corey Sturgill
    It's bots all the way down man! It's just the same bots, but they don't say anything. They just glare into the void as I glare back ad infinitum. But if I pay, I could see what bots the algorithm decided to notify me about! Yay money pit! If I wanted to throw money away I would go to a casino. Then again, dating apps are more convenient than a casino. I can mindlessly swipe left and right while I poop! Until I swipe through everyone and no I'm not gay stop asking me to "expand my search."
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  • Oct 22, 2020

    By Mike Bishop
    Filters fixed in last update. Not sure how visible my profile is without the spotlight feature - I have only had matches when using it... am I actively hidden the rest of the time, or just lost in the stack? Had a survey message the other day asking me why I hadn't swiped on any profiles since joining, so maybe my right-swipes aren't registering at all??? Also, notifications that 'someone is waiting to meet you' but no-one in my Bee-line? Will update to reflect user experience.
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  • Oct 18, 2020

    By Nick Grover
    I am currently using 4 different dating apps and I can say Bumble is the one I like the least. For a few reasons but the main one is that it shows you where the person lives, and where the person is located, meaning currently. So the app will reload bios each day, but it is diluted with people who are visiting my area, but don't live here. So it's a complete waste of time swiping through 40 bios each night and only coming across 3 that actually live in my state.
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  • Oct 22, 2020

    By Jasper Forest Vlog
    So, when I got a thing saying "try boost for free", I clicked it. Now it seems like there is a 6 month fee that's going to be on my card, when I just wanted the free trial to see how it was. Now I'm sitting here and can't cancel the subscription because it hasn't been added yet or something and I'm very confused. Apparently I have boost enabled until spring of 2021. But that doesn't make sense. I clicked the "try boost free" promo and I can't find a way to cancel anywhere. Went to play store.
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  • Oct 22, 2020

    By Anara Durand
    I joined this app because I had 40 likes and liked over 30 myself. Now that I have paid they have disappeared. I now have no contact with the liked people and my settings are the whole of Ireland... this app does not work and 24 hours is not enough time as once I paid to join, they were gone. I only get a couple of profiles to choose from a day now and it has been a waste of Money!
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  1. Making a difference! Women have to make the first move ensuring a perfectly safe & enjoyable dating experience
  2. Prompts you to be active! You have 24 hours to get in touch or the match disappears back into the hive
  3. Accidentally swiped right when you wanted to swipe left? Simply shake the phone to undo the mistake

Reviewed by Antonio Rozich on February 15, 2018

  • I met my fiancée because of this app! Jun 28, 2020

    By thetahmas
    I'm so grateful for this app! I just proposed to my girlfriend last week and she said yes! It's all because of this app! Our paths probably never would have crossed if it wasn't for this app. She is a virtual teacher with two kids that lives an hour and 15 minutes away from me. I saw that our interests were very similar and she was super cute so I swiped right! She started the conversation and the rest is history. I've tried the other dating apps like Tinder, Hinge, and Plenty of Fish. I didn't meet any quality matches on Tinder. I was looking for a serious relationship and it looked like Tinder was mostly for hook ups. Hinge seemed promising, but Bumble was the real winner! Make no mistake, our match didn't come easily. We were both beginning to lose hope with the dating apps and had been using them for about six months or more. I decided to use the premium feature on Bumble and I'm glad I did because I was able to see that she swiped right on me first :-) Who knows if I would have kept an open mind about meeting someone an hour and 15 minutes away if it wasn't for seeing my matches with the premium feature. Anyways, I just want to say thank you to Bumble! You've changed my life for the better! I'm sure God had his hand in it, too ;-)
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  • Can’t believe it. Sep 9, 2020

    By nichole094
    After using may different platforms with no luck I had a friend push me to download this app on a drunken night filled with wine, snacks, Netflix and tears. I matched with guys and conversations fizzled out. He ghosted- I ghosted. I went on a few dates with different guys and sometimes the same guy a few separate times..but nothing every worked. Either the chemistry was off, we didn’t vibe, etc. UNTIL. I met the love of my life (cliché) haha. But in all seriousness- we met up at an ice cream shop, one of his friends also pushed him to download the app. He went through the same grueling process of trying to date. Fast forward to now, we just bought a house together and are talking about engagement rings and kiddos. This guy is amazing and I’m so thankful for drunken nights with friends who push you out of your comfort zone. If you’re reading this please don’t stop trying. We’ve all had failed dates- have been ghosted numerous times and met the occasional jerk. If I gave up I wouldn’t have met this amazing human who I hope to spend the rest of my life with..so with that said- I’m pushing you to keep trying and sending you all the good vibes, be patient..if it’s meant to be it’s meant to be. If not then keep looking because they’re still looking for you too.
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  • Great app for those looking for something serious Mar 3, 2019

    By Ger R.
    I completely loved this app. I haven’t ever used dating apps and about a year ago I decided to give them a try. I did some research and decided to try Bumble first as I was looking for something serious. The app is really easy to use, I just wished the chat window was a bit more interactive and allowed to delete messages (lol), but again the purpose of this app is just to use it as a first step and continue chatting/texting out of it once you think you have a match. As a woman, is nice to be able to take the first step to initiate the conversation. I had 3 dates with really nice guys before finding my current boyfriend (we’ll soon be celebrating our first anniversary!), so we are both very happy we found each other with this app. The only thing I would recommend them to change is to allow choosing pictures from your phone instead of Facebook. I met one guy who had old photos on Facebook because he just didn’t interact with it a lot, so when we met in person he looked a bit different. Overall it was a good app, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for something serious, guys here were really nice, some really well educated, and a couple were absolute gentleman.
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  • Amazing App, met my husband on here Jan 25, 2020

    By BrittanyBAE13
    So lemme start with every guy on here getting mad because they don’t get matches so they low score this app; they have tips on how to get matches. You can’t today simply just put blurry pictures of yourself from parties and think you’ll get swipes. Try actually using the bio and don’t just link your other social platforms on it. Now that, that is said, I am a female and have a great time with this app. It’s great that we have to talk within 24 hours because on other dating apps I hate seeing a match and never talking to them because neither one of us wants to message first. Plus I feel like there are hotter guys on this app and more guys who at least wanna go on dates and try the whole relationship thing. just wanted to add, the man i met i on here is now my fiancé and we’re getting married in June:) this app does work! It doesn’t just recycle guys after a while to see if you may have lowered your standards. The guy i met on bumble is 5’7 and never went to college. When i was on tinder i solely looked for guys who were y’all and were either in college or graduated. If it was for bumble i may have never met the love of my life. We have been through so much together and it’s all thanks to bumble
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  • Great Concept, Great App! May 17, 2018

    By 3.1415926542
    First of all, how great is it that you can now find a date, friends, and a business partner all in one app?! I can’t speak from a guy’s perspective, but having had this app for almost 2 years, I can say that it’s an absolute game changer. I love the concept that ladies get the first move, which as an introvert, I have come to appreciate; It has taught me to be brave and creative when starting conversations with strangers lol. It seems like most people on here are genuine, although I do wish there was just a bit more diversity. I love the time limit concept on the matches, it’s quite ingenious. It creates a sense of urgency which is great but also has its cons. The app itself is smooth and very user friendly, plus the no limits on swiping is just the icing on the cake. If you don’t have a paid subscription however, which allows you to see everyone that swiped right on you (amongst other great perks I’m sure), it can be easy to waste a lot of time on the app just swiping. They also notify users with cute little positive messages and tips every so often and I love it. I haven’t had any major problems with the app, but I have met some pretty cool people, so don’t sleep on bumble ya’ll 💯
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  • Oct 22, 2020

    By Johnny
    Has some cool features-The categories you can pick to put on your profile, i.e. what kind of dates you're comfortable with, what kind of relationship you're looking for, etc. Is a cool touch; as opposed to having to put it in your profile and waste characters. Profile prompts are also pretty cool; basically you get 3 slots and a a set of premade questions you can answer how you want, and post them on your profile.
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  • Reasonable Expectations Mar 17, 2020

    By Pappuli
    I have been on Bumble since June 2019 and have experienced the tragedies and triumphs and everything in between. As with anything, if your expectation is immediate gratification you will be disappointed. If you are serious, patient, create an attractive profile and above all else, are honest you will make connections. These connections can lead to great conversations and much more. After that, it’s up to chemistry and no app has that. I have made connection and I waited for the conversation to start and the clock ran out. I have made connection and had second thoughts and let the clock run out. I have also met some amazing people and built lasting relationships. Bumble to me seems safe, exudes quality with the look of the app, the simplicity of use and the opportunity to add additional services for a price. I have done that once but really isn’t necessary. It is also very easy to update your profile as you learn what seems to be working and maybe what isn’t. With patience you will connect. Maybe not everyone you swiped right, but likely the right ones. Two tips, be HONEST...about everything including your age, and second, use the extended clock strategically, it can pay dividends. Bumble isn’t perfect but no dating app is. Happy Bumbling
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  • Could Be Better May 5, 2020

    By sorrow567mrstealyogirl515
    I think this app is really cool, it stands out from other dating apps and makes the “left swipe, right swipe” experience seem fresh. I think however what strikes me as the weakest point of this app is how the matches work. I was out of state and I got a right swipe but I didn’t find the match before I returned home so I was stuck with this like, with no way to find out who it is. I think even an easy way to fix this is just to put the person in the rotation of people I’m swiping on even if they’re out of state so that I can still connect with them or at least let me delete the match. (And this would only be if they’ve already swiped right on you first) Also something that stood out about this app was that it gave you three rewinds and there were on a timer and that was cool and now rewinding is a paid feature which I think is a terrible move on the developers part I could just get on tinder to not talk to my matches there’s nothing special about this app anymore accept that the girl goes first which I wish I still had the option to message first not just a single 24 hour extension but that is a discussion for another time
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  • I don’t normally review apps, but... Nov 29, 2018

    By Brookecory
    I do have a few things to say about Bumble. First, I love that it’s so female driven. I’ve done a lot of dating apps (and still do!), yet Bumble is by far my favorite. It helps me work up the courage to approach the guy for a change. More than half the time they don’t answer, but I can’t do anything about that. That being said, I’d like to comment on some new features I noticed and give some feedback. I love that you can add like quirks about yourself ie. perfect first date, two truths and a lie, etc. I also love that you can now see what people are looking for, religious preferences, if they want children and the like. What I think would be cool to see is if you could filter people based off these features. I’m currently looking for someone who wants a relationship, but has no interest in having kids in the future and I find that it’s a pain to have to sort through all the people who aren’t looking for the same. It makes the dating process even more of a pain. Just a thought. Everything else about the app is great and hopefully I’ll eventually find someone on it!
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  • Option to opt out of sending the first message? Sep 6, 2018

    By HugeAssWall
    I’ve had this app for a few days now and so far I love it! I’m finding that the general population of men on this app are actually a lot more frequently guys that I would actually go out with than men on tinder! I also really love that matches disappear after 24 hours if a conversation isn’t started. It actually makes you engage with other users and helps keep my match feed clean and updated! My biggest request though is that I think it would be really useful to have the option to opt out of the “women have to send the first message” thing. I get it, it’s a great idea, but sometimes I get so busy or I just can’t think of anything interesting enough to say (I don’t want to use a generic “hey”) and my match disappears! I end up feeling like I potentially missed out on a really great guy or wondering if they had anything interesting they would have said to me first. Just a suggestion, but I think the ability to opt out would be a great feature! Otherwise I totally love this app! MUCH more worth your time than Tinder.
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  • Ok- but with a fundamental flaw Feb 5, 2020

    By 4kidmom
    While it is “empowering” for women to make the first move, this app makes it hard to establish a legitimate relationship. It requires location services to be continually on (this makes me believe Bumble wants to spy on users because it’s not required on other sites) and as a result, you get tons of likes from people who live nowhere near you. I have settings on to match with men within a 90 mile radius, but am inundated with people who are just visiting my city. This is a colossal waste of my time! I don’t want to scroll through hundreds of people who don’t even live in my state and are just looking for a hookup. When I travel, I have to remember to turn off my location so I’m not swarmed with likes from people across the country. This flaw makes Bumble substandard to other sites like Hinge, where a user sets the city he or she lives in and chooses a radius. At least on Hinge I can view matches and have conversations and dates with local people. If Bumble wants to be known as more than a hookup app, this needs to change. I’m not a fan of allowing an app constant access to my location, and the time wasted scrolling through visitors is making me want to delete it very soon. Fix this flaw, Bumble, and women will stick around longer. While some women may be fine with finding hookups, many are not. If this app really wants to empower women then give us the choice to opt out of such nonsense. We’re too busy!
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  • Oct 18, 2020

    By Mike Peach
    When it works this is a great app, however after swiping right a few times you get the come back tomorrow message which seems to only gear after about 5 days. I've reported this a few times only to be told to uninstall and reinstall. This fixes it until I reach the end of swipes again and then stuck for a few more days. The next time I have to uninstall i may not bother reinstalling. Please fix this issue
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  • Oct 14, 2020

    By B M
    Funny how they made the feature to unsubscribe so un-obvious. Theres nothing in settings to unsubscribe. You can unlink your payment details but that doesn't unsubscribe you. What you have to do is click "Manage Subscription". Pretty obvious. Except they hide the actual label to unsubscribe in small font below the dialog. Very un-obvious and if I have to spend more than 35 seconds of my time trying to unsub from a stupid app, you're obviously being shady. Fix it.
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  • Feels weird Oct 21, 2019

    By Bad boy 678
    I’ve been using this app for a week now and it feels weird and the people seem weird. I’ve matched with at least 7 women to which 3 of em never texted me. Idk y this app has the whole “women text first thing” but it somewhat seems like a missed opportunity for the guy. It’s unfair when a women matched with you, but never text simply because women don’t do that all the time. Idk if it’s for empowerment, but normally women don’t text first. Also the women I’ve matched with all seem exactly the same. Idk if it’s just coincidental but they are all are boring and answer like days later. It’s somewhat confusing, considering they matched me and liked my photos. Last but not least, I’ve encountered women who for some reason delete their accounts.... only to make another one with a different name and different pictures? I can tell it’s the same women because “Duh it’s obvious” but it’s creepy and makes me wonder who tf I’m talking to. This app is good because it’s more freedom unlike tinder, I actually feel like I can talk to ppl on here. But it suffers from the same thing tinder does. It’s just the gratification u can possibly talk to these women. It’s not guaranteed or anything. Again this app isn’t bad, surly better set up then tinder but, just awkward and boring at times. Maybe because I’m in Japan idk.
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  • Can't Match/Guys Are Lazy Sep 30, 2018

    By AbbySoSo
    I'm going to make this short and simple. I've been on this app like five times before, and although I've met some incredible people and had some great times, I say that online dating is risky. It's for people who are lonely for some specific reason and want company, but don't necessarily want to date. That's not the apps fault, but I just want anyone who's reading this to know that if things don't work out it's not you, it's just online dating. Now on to technical issues and the men on there. I've logged on with my Facebook, and I put ton of care into my bio, even putting attractive photos and I haven't matched with anyone. I know how this sounds lol but I honestly think my phone or the app is broken (at least for my profile). I tested this my liking a whole bunch of profiles, even guys I'm not interested in (or dtf guys) and still nothing. It's been three days! Not one like. It's kinda peculiar. When I was on here before, within 24 hours there would be tons of matches, but now it's not working. Also, I think bumble should allow both parties to message first because it's too much pressure on me to always message first and then sometimes get nothing, because the dude believes he has to be chased and sold. It's weird. In conclusion, I'm going to try tinder.
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  • Oct 22, 2020

    By Mike Bishop
    Filters fixed in last update. Not sure how visible my profile is without the spotlight feature - I have only had matches when using it... am I actively hidden the rest of the time, or just lost in the stack? Had a survey message the other day asking me why I hadn't swiped on any profiles since joining, so maybe my right-swipes aren't registering at all??? Also, notifications that 'someone is waiting to meet you' but no-one in my Bee-line? Will update to reflect user experience.
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  • Oct 18, 2020

    By Nick Grover
    I am currently using 4 different dating apps and I can say Bumble is the one I like the least. For a few reasons but the main one is that it shows you where the person lives, and where the person is located, meaning currently. So the app will reload bios each day, but it is diluted with people who are visiting my area, but don't live here. So it's a complete waste of time swiping through 40 bios each night and only coming across 3 that actually live in my state.
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  • Ladies message first is not working!!! #CHANGE Dec 8, 2019

    By erica the rose
    I tried bumble several times and I am finding a pattern. A lot of men on here are using bumble to gather women to hook-up with. They upload great pics and profiles and sit back and watch the messages pour in from women because we are the only one who can initiate contact ... So, the good looking guys just sit back and have their choice of woman to prey on for sexual encounters. So very little men on here actually want relationships. Oh and if half don’t reply to your message ladies it’s because their working through the 100s of messages from all us other ladies ....BUMBLE makes men lazy and their being spoiled rotten with attention cause we are ALL knocking at their doors... CONCEPT was empowering at first but has backfired... a lot of men has used this only to their advantage! There are a very small percentage of actually guys navigating with hearts looking for a relationship but I think that’s in any dating app BUT bumble has become the go to for decent looking guys to have their pick of women to get laid ... bumble has made it easy for them too! PLEASE change the women message first thing to a feature on whether a woman wants to accept a message from a guy ... make both sexes message.... EMPOWER the women again with a FEATURE that women can use to chose to unlock or view the message from the guy!!!! BUMBLE I had hope in you! Change up the feature ! It’s only benefiting the dudes now believe me !!!
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  • Oct 11, 2020

    By Stephen Priestley
    The layout isn't bad, and the whole idea of the app is nice, but definitely lends itself as a pay to use app. It doesn't matter what you set your distance as, since if other people set theirs higher they can still match you (example, mine is set to 20km, and consistently get matches 90+ km away) and those people will literally NEVER show up in your feed, since your distance is set lower. Also resets your swiped after a month or so, so you see all the same people over again
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  • Fixing what’s not broken May 21, 2020

    By Cmart_96
    I’ve used bumble for about 2 years now and have even managed to meet one of my ex girlfriends on there. Additionally, I think the fundamental aspect of having the woman strike up conversation first is a HUGE bonus, when you consider how unlikely it is for them to do so on other apps. HOWEVER, the company is going in a greedy direction, starting with two significant features: the amount of swipes and the reverse button (if you accidentally swiped left). In the last 6 months or so Bumble has significantly reduced your amount of swipes, which is of course a far more important issue for your average man than woman. Most of these other apps that I’ve used employ this feature of limited swipes, but Bumble used to give you so many more swipes (it might’ve been unlimited) nowadays I‘ll swipe on like 25 people before running out and having to wait a day? My matches have significantly dropped and it’s almost pointless to have this app because it’s just like all the other ones now. The aforementioned features are what made it different (and better!), but it seems like they want you to pay for them now, which is understandable (paying more for more services) but how does it differentiate from the myriad of other apps that have saturated the market? I don’t know. Personally, it’s not enough of an incentive to keep this spacious app on my phone.
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  • Oct 21, 2020

    By Corey Sturgill
    It's bots all the way down man! It's just the same bots, but they don't say anything. They just glare into the void as I glare back ad infinitum. But if I pay, I could see what bots the algorithm decided to notify me about! Yay money pit! If I wanted to throw money away I would go to a casino. Then again, dating apps are more convenient than a casino. I can mindlessly swipe left and right while I poop! Until I swipe through everyone and no I'm not gay stop asking me to "expand my search."
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  • Oct 22, 2020

    By Jasper Forest Vlog
    So, when I got a thing saying "try boost for free", I clicked it. Now it seems like there is a 6 month fee that's going to be on my card, when I just wanted the free trial to see how it was. Now I'm sitting here and can't cancel the subscription because it hasn't been added yet or something and I'm very confused. Apparently I have boost enabled until spring of 2021. But that doesn't make sense. I clicked the "try boost free" promo and I can't find a way to cancel anywhere. Went to play store.
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  • Oct 22, 2020

    By Anara Durand
    I joined this app because I had 40 likes and liked over 30 myself. Now that I have paid they have disappeared. I now have no contact with the liked people and my settings are the whole of Ireland... this app does not work and 24 hours is not enough time as once I paid to join, they were gone. I only get a couple of profiles to choose from a day now and it has been a waste of Money!
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  • Zero Stars May 29, 2020

    By Oh So Annoyed
    Okay, here’s the problem. Chronic right swipers exist here just like any right swipe to like platform. It’s a huge issue with men, but I know women do it too, because they’re lazy and don’t want to put effort into it because they can unmatch anyone they’re not attracted to after. What makes this the worst app is that the FEMALE has to message the male first, but I can tell you that 99% of the time what happens is when you put out a thought provoking first move message (I NEVER simply put “Hi”, I ask questions about their profile or think of something to start conversation.) you get unmatched. Or the second thing that happens is your message is ignored until the 24 hour reply time limit has happened and disappears, so you’ve still wasted your time and energy into men playing games. I have never met anyone from the app, ever in years of thinking maybe this week will be different, but it’s not. It’s a complete joke sadly, so I’d never give them a dime of my money for advanced features as it would be like TP down the drain, and we are in a TP shortage right now. Maybe these software developers need to rethink this swipe right to match BS for one. Limit the amount of repetitive right swipes given, limit the amount of unmatching for no reason without risk of losing account. Or better yet, take away the fact that the female has to be the first one to message. Talk about a way to drag a majority of women through the mud of feeling unworthy, ugly, not good enough, etc..
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  • Oct 15, 2020

    By Jon Prophet
    Dear Bumble team, you acknowledging people's complaints about your app means nothing unless you do something about it. It's odd for a dating app to actively prevent people from connecting, and this is even if you pay. I guess Bumble decided to go a different way with it. Interesting choice but seemingly not a popular one given the same reviews from others. I know it's not me as, on another better dating apps, I do quite well. FIX IT!!!! Just my 2 cents
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