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Girls 4.0 Excellent By Karl Klockars & Jordan Minor Updated May 28, 2020 facebook twitter flipboard social share Flipboard Pinterest Reddit LinkedIn Email Copy Link Comments 4.0 Excellent The Bottom Line Bumble is the dating app for women who want to be empowered, and men who want to let women make the first move. Per Month, Starts at $24.99 Visit Site at Bumble See It PCMag editors select and review products independently. We may earn affiliate commissions from buying links, which help support our testing. Learn more. Bumble Visit Site at Bumble See It Return to the top Getting Started With Bumble Interface and Profiles Premium Extras Social Distancing With Bumble It's a Woman's World Bumble Specs Pros Excellent privacy and safety features Robust free version Fun and inclusive interface Video chat Cons Profiles less meaty than other apps' Superfluous friend-finder and business-networking options Bumble is the dating app that puts the power in women's hands. For a man to be able to contact a woman, she must first have shown interest in him, adding a layer of safety that other services lack. Created by one of the co-founders of Tinder, Bumble shares a lot of features with that popular app—specifically the concept of swiping to show your interest in a fellow user—but this app comes across much less like a meat market. If you are a guy who is happy to sit back and let the woman control the interactions, Bumble is your choice. And if you're a woman who wants to take the power back in the online dating sphere—and cut down on all of the unwanted "lol u up?" inbound messages—Bumble is where you want to be.Getting Started With Bumble Bumble is available as both an iOS app and an Android app, as well as the new desktop site Bumble Web. The Bumble site is full of info about its philosophy, a blog called The Buzz, and a way to sign up to be a Bumble brand ambassador on your campus. Like many other dating apps, Bumble really wants you to log in via Facebook, but you also have the option to just use your phone number. After inputting your digits and adding your confirmation code sent via text message, the profile-building begins. First, the app asks for a photo—even before getting to things like name, sex, and age. Of course, Bumble handily prompts you to auto-fill from Facebook again, and you're given the option to add more photos right at the start. Unlike most other apps, rather than making you pick a gender, Bumble asks what you identify as. It shares this trait with other, more-modern services like Hinge and OkCupid, which lets you choose between a number of gender identities, including Hijra, genderfluid, and two-spirit. Similar Products Tinder Visit Site See It at Tinder Read Tinder Review Match $44.99 See It at Match.com Read Match Review OkCupid Visit Site See It at OkCupid Read OkCupid Review eharmony   Check Price   Read eharmony Review Zoosk Visit Site See It at Zoosk Read Zoosk Review POF (Plenty of Fish) Visit Site See It at POF Read POF (Plenty of Fish) Review From there, you're asked your name and birthday (which, again, you are prompted to use Facebook to complete). This is one of the few apps that asks for an email specifically for recovery purposes. Thankfully, you are given the option to opt out of updates about events and promotions, which most other apps sign you up for without bothering to ask. After filling out those simple requests, you can further beef up your profile. Bumble gives you the option to answer questions like who your dream dinner guest is, play "two truths and a lie," or complete aspirational writing prompts like "Equality to me means..." and "My most recent act of kindness..." Aww... You can also connect your Spotify and Instagram accounts, a feature that one of our Editors' Choices, Tinder, also offers. While the signup process is quick and easy, Bumble doesn't ask you the extensive list of personality questions that competitors such as Match (another Editors' Choice) and eharmony do. That's good if you want to get in and matching quickly, but bad if you prefer apps that use more data to help you make the perfect connection. After your first sign-in, the app explains that Bumble is where you build your Hive (which is its term for everyone you can meet on the app—love interests, new friends, and even business partners) and promises to be "the easiest and safest way" to create connections. You then get a screen with a sweet story about how the app is built on kindness, empowerment, and respect (though it's not above a good "be"/"bee" pun) and asks you to be kind, confident, and respectful. Few apps care to set some ground rules at the get-go like this, even if this is the slimmest of requests. Bumble pleases with its inclusiveness, offering the option to be into not just men or women, but "everyone." Bumble also offers you the rare option of finding not just dates, but also new friends (called Bumble BFFs) and even people to network with (Bumble Bizz). It's equal parts dating app, friend finder, and pastel-colored LinkedIn. You can make separate profiles for each mode. The business mode is mostly filled with one-person tech companies selling their side hustle or headhunting. Bumble BFF is a fine idea, but if you're a guy, it only serves up profiles of other men. Assuming men can’t be friends with women is strangely non-"woke" for this app, but there’s a legitimate argument to be made for privacy and safety concerns.Interface and Profiles Indicate a preference for women and Bumble (now called Bumble Date) lets you know that "in our hive, ladies make the first move." It even drops a little Tinder shade by reminding you that "gone are the days of dead-end matches and unwanted messages." Tinder's interface, by contrast, is based primarily on a hot-or-not finger swipe that's focused more on looks and less on…everything else. This is the point in the process where Bumble asks you to open your wallet, but more on that later. As mentioned, unless a woman expresses interest in you first, all you can do as a guy to show you like a fellow user is swipe right, tap the check mark icon in someone's profile, or tap a heart (to show you're really, really into someone). In theory, once you've told Bumble that you're not interested in someone, they should no longer show up in your search results, but this doesn't always work. You can swipe after seeing just a first photo, but Bumble really wants you to check out profiles in their entirety. The app prompts you to view all of a person's photos and read his or her bio before serving up the X (you're not interested) or check mark (you are interested) at the bottom of the screen. That said, profiles are very photo-focused, signaling that, like Tinder, Bumble is more of a place for casual dating than finding your forever person. Aside from the main photo, profiles show a written summary of who the person is looking for, and profile basics like height, education level, pet ownership, and politics. From there it serves up more photos, Instagram and Spotify accounts (if connected), answers to the questions filled out during signup ("Nightclub or Netflix?"), and location. Bumble even uses AI to blur unsolicited nudes. In another nod to Tinder, you can swipe left and right in lieu of tapping the X and check mark to note your interest. As mentioned, if a user indicates interest and the other person matches back, then the woman has 24 hours to start a conversation (in same-gender connections, both parties can message immediately).  Once you have a mutual connection, Bumble gives you the opportunity to introduce yourself and kindly offers up some icebreaker prompts. Despite the 24-hour limitation to respond to messages, guys can use a Daily Extend feature that allows them to keep the communication window open—basically like saying "please, please talk to me?" Otherwise, if the 24-hour window closes with no contact, the app un-matches you, and the potential for connection is closed. With Snooze mode, users can also pause their profiles while maintaining current matches.Premium Extras Members can browse, connect, and communicate with other members for free, which is a great value considering that competitors like Match and eharmony charge more than $40 for those features. You can also unlock an upgraded account called Bumble Boost, which offers Tinder-like features that let you see who's interested, extend your matches if you don't have a chance to respond within 24 hours, and reconnect with expired connections (which, of course, completely undercuts the value proposition of the 24-hour limit). However, this won’t promote your profile to more users, despite what the Boost name might seem imply. Boost starts at $8.99 for a one-week trial, or you can pay $24.99 for a single month. Longer subscriptions lower the monthly cost. You can also purchase Bumble Coins, which start at $1.99 each and give you the option to SuperSwipe a profile. This entails tapping a heart on the users' profile to say "I really, really think I like you and I'm willing to spend $1.99 to show you in the form of an extra icon." Each SuperSwipe costs one coin.Social Distancing With Bumble The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on many parts of society, rendering in-person dates a no-go. That hurts men and women alike. Fortunately, Bumble offers some of the best virtual dating options among these apps. Matches can communicate not just through text but also with audio notes. You can video chat, too. Add the Virtual Dating badge to your profile to let your partner know you’re ready for the call, as well as a contributor to Bumble’s COVID-19 WHO charity. The Buzz blog has tips on dating while social distancing. You can even match with anyone in your country now, not just those in a 100-mile radius. Other dating apps offer their own quarantine solutions. For video chat, check out eharmony, Match, and Plenty of Fish. Tinder expands your pool of potential dates with free versions of Tinder U and Tinder Passport. Hinge lets you tell your date you’re ready to see their face, even if you need to use a different app to do so. Facebook Dating benefits from the rest of the Facebook ecosystem, from Messenger to the new Tuned app for connecting faraway partners during this crisis. It's a Woman's World There's a lot to like about Bumble: Its entire business is predicated on making you feel good about using the app. You can communicate with connections for free, and the interface takes a potentially stressful situation and makes it somehow serene. Even if its photo-focused profiles have more of a casual dating vibe, Bumble is an excellent choice for women who have safety and privacy concerns—and men who don't mind letting women make the first move. For those looking for a long-term relationship, Match is our Editors' Choice for dating apps thanks to its robust profiles and easy-to-use interface, but Bumble is a solid alternative, especially for women who want to play it safe in the dating jungle. Bumble 4.0 See It Visit Site at Bumble Per Month, Starts at $24.99 Pros Excellent privacy and safety features Robust free version Fun and inclusive interface Video chat View More Cons Profiles less meaty than other apps' Superfluous friend-finder and business-networking options The Bottom Line Bumble is the dating app for women who want to be empowered, and men who want to let women make the first move. Bumble Specs Video Calls Yes Desktop App Yes Starting Price $24.99 per month Mobile App Yes Free Account Offered Yes Best Dating Picks The Best Dating Apps for 2020 Match vs. eharmony: Which Dating Service Leads to Longer Love? Tinder vs. Bumble: Which App Is Your Quickest Path to Love? More Dating Reviews More from Bumble Dating Product Comparisons Match vs. eharmony: Which Dating Service Leads to Longer Love? Tinder vs. Bumble: Which App Is Your Quickest Path to Love? Further Reading 36 Questions to Ask a Techie on a Date Pakistan Blocks Tinder, Grindr Over 'Immoral, Indecent' Content Tinder Tests 'Face to Face' Video Chat for Potential Matches How COVID-19 Is Changing Dating Apps and Relationships Postponing Your Wedding? How About Live Streaming It on AdultFriendFinder? About Karl Klockars Even after testing seven dating apps for PCMag, Karl Klockars remains happily married to his wonderfully understanding and awesome wife, Nora, and lives in Chicago. He is the author of Beer Lovers Chicago, runs the guysdrinkingbeer.com site, writes for outlets including AskMen, Chicago Magazine, and Thrillist, and recently entered the world of voice-over at klockarsVO.com. 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Girls 4.0 Excellent By Karl Klockars & Jordan Minor Updated May 28, 2020 facebook twitter flipboard social share Flipboard Pinterest Reddit LinkedIn Email Copy Link Comments 4.0 Excellent The Bottom Line Bumble is the dating app for women who want to be empowered, and men who want to let women make the first move. Per Month, Starts at $24.99 Visit Site at Bumble See It PCMag editors select and review products independently. We may earn affiliate commissions from buying links, which help support our testing. Learn more. Bumble Visit Site at Bumble See It Return to the top Getting Started With Bumble Interface and Profiles Premium Extras Social Distancing With Bumble It's a Woman's World Bumble Specs Pros Excellent privacy and safety features Robust free version Fun and inclusive interface Video chat Cons Profiles less meaty than other apps' Superfluous friend-finder and business-networking options Bumble is the dating app that puts the power in women's hands. For a man to be able to contact a woman, she must first have shown interest in him, adding a layer of safety that other services lack. Created by one of the co-founders of Tinder, Bumble shares a lot of features with that popular app—specifically the concept of swiping to show your interest in a fellow user—but this app comes across much less like a meat market. If you are a guy who is happy to sit back and let the woman control the interactions, Bumble is your choice. And if you're a woman who wants to take the power back in the online dating sphere—and cut down on all of the unwanted "lol u up?" inbound messages—Bumble is where you want to be.Getting Started With Bumble Bumble is available as both an iOS app and an Android app, as well as the new desktop site Bumble Web. The Bumble site is full of info about its philosophy, a blog called The Buzz, and a way to sign up to be a Bumble brand ambassador on your campus. Like many other dating apps, Bumble really wants you to log in via Facebook, but you also have the option to just use your phone number. After inputting your digits and adding your confirmation code sent via text message, the profile-building begins. First, the app asks for a photo—even before getting to things like name, sex, and age. Of course, Bumble handily prompts you to auto-fill from Facebook again, and you're given the option to add more photos right at the start. Unlike most other apps, rather than making you pick a gender, Bumble asks what you identify as. It shares this trait with other, more-modern services like Hinge and OkCupid, which lets you choose between a number of gender identities, including Hijra, genderfluid, and two-spirit. Similar Products Tinder Visit Site See It at Tinder Read Tinder Review Match $44.99 See It at Match.com Read Match Review OkCupid Visit Site See It at OkCupid Read OkCupid Review eharmony   Check Price   Read eharmony Review Zoosk Visit Site See It at Zoosk Read Zoosk Review POF (Plenty of Fish) Visit Site See It at POF Read POF (Plenty of Fish) Review From there, you're asked your name and birthday (which, again, you are prompted to use Facebook to complete). This is one of the few apps that asks for an email specifically for recovery purposes. Thankfully, you are given the option to opt out of updates about events and promotions, which most other apps sign you up for without bothering to ask. After filling out those simple requests, you can further beef up your profile. Bumble gives you the option to answer questions like who your dream dinner guest is, play "two truths and a lie," or complete aspirational writing prompts like "Equality to me means..." and "My most recent act of kindness..." Aww... You can also connect your Spotify and Instagram accounts, a feature that one of our Editors' Choices, Tinder, also offers. While the signup process is quick and easy, Bumble doesn't ask you the extensive list of personality questions that competitors such as Match (another Editors' Choice) and eharmony do. That's good if you want to get in and matching quickly, but bad if you prefer apps that use more data to help you make the perfect connection. After your first sign-in, the app explains that Bumble is where you build your Hive (which is its term for everyone you can meet on the app—love interests, new friends, and even business partners) and promises to be "the easiest and safest way" to create connections. You then get a screen with a sweet story about how the app is built on kindness, empowerment, and respect (though it's not above a good "be"/"bee" pun) and asks you to be kind, confident, and respectful. Few apps care to set some ground rules at the get-go like this, even if this is the slimmest of requests. Bumble pleases with its inclusiveness, offering the option to be into not just men or women, but "everyone." Bumble also offers you the rare option of finding not just dates, but also new friends (called Bumble BFFs) and even people to network with (Bumble Bizz). It's equal parts dating app, friend finder, and pastel-colored LinkedIn. You can make separate profiles for each mode. The business mode is mostly filled with one-person tech companies selling their side hustle or headhunting. Bumble BFF is a fine idea, but if you're a guy, it only serves up profiles of other men. Assuming men can’t be friends with women is strangely non-"woke" for this app, but there’s a legitimate argument to be made for privacy and safety concerns.Interface and Profiles Indicate a preference for women and Bumble (now called Bumble Date) lets you know that "in our hive, ladies make the first move." It even drops a little Tinder shade by reminding you that "gone are the days of dead-end matches and unwanted messages." Tinder's interface, by contrast, is based primarily on a hot-or-not finger swipe that's focused more on looks and less on…everything else. This is the point in the process where Bumble asks you to open your wallet, but more on that later. As mentioned, unless a woman expresses interest in you first, all you can do as a guy to show you like a fellow user is swipe right, tap the check mark icon in someone's profile, or tap a heart (to show you're really, really into someone). In theory, once you've told Bumble that you're not interested in someone, they should no longer show up in your search results, but this doesn't always work. You can swipe after seeing just a first photo, but Bumble really wants you to check out profiles in their entirety. The app prompts you to view all of a person's photos and read his or her bio before serving up the X (you're not interested) or check mark (you are interested) at the bottom of the screen. That said, profiles are very photo-focused, signaling that, like Tinder, Bumble is more of a place for casual dating than finding your forever person. Aside from the main photo, profiles show a written summary of who the person is looking for, and profile basics like height, education level, pet ownership, and politics. From there it serves up more photos, Instagram and Spotify accounts (if connected), answers to the questions filled out during signup ("Nightclub or Netflix?"), and location. Bumble even uses AI to blur unsolicited nudes. In another nod to Tinder, you can swipe left and right in lieu of tapping the X and check mark to note your interest. As mentioned, if a user indicates interest and the other person matches back, then the woman has 24 hours to start a conversation (in same-gender connections, both parties can message immediately).  Once you have a mutual connection, Bumble gives you the opportunity to introduce yourself and kindly offers up some icebreaker prompts. Despite the 24-hour limitation to respond to messages, guys can use a Daily Extend feature that allows them to keep the communication window open—basically like saying "please, please talk to me?" Otherwise, if the 24-hour window closes with no contact, the app un-matches you, and the potential for connection is closed. With Snooze mode, users can also pause their profiles while maintaining current matches.Premium Extras Members can browse, connect, and communicate with other members for free, which is a great value considering that competitors like Match and eharmony charge more than $40 for those features. You can also unlock an upgraded account called Bumble Boost, which offers Tinder-like features that let you see who's interested, extend your matches if you don't have a chance to respond within 24 hours, and reconnect with expired connections (which, of course, completely undercuts the value proposition of the 24-hour limit). However, this won’t promote your profile to more users, despite what the Boost name might seem imply. Boost starts at $8.99 for a one-week trial, or you can pay $24.99 for a single month. Longer subscriptions lower the monthly cost. You can also purchase Bumble Coins, which start at $1.99 each and give you the option to SuperSwipe a profile. This entails tapping a heart on the users' profile to say "I really, really think I like you and I'm willing to spend $1.99 to show you in the form of an extra icon." Each SuperSwipe costs one coin.Social Distancing With Bumble The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on many parts of society, rendering in-person dates a no-go. That hurts men and women alike. Fortunately, Bumble offers some of the best virtual dating options among these apps. Matches can communicate not just through text but also with audio notes. You can video chat, too. Add the Virtual Dating badge to your profile to let your partner know you’re ready for the call, as well as a contributor to Bumble’s COVID-19 WHO charity. The Buzz blog has tips on dating while social distancing. You can even match with anyone in your country now, not just those in a 100-mile radius. Other dating apps offer their own quarantine solutions. For video chat, check out eharmony, Match, and Plenty of Fish. Tinder expands your pool of potential dates with free versions of Tinder U and Tinder Passport. Hinge lets you tell your date you’re ready to see their face, even if you need to use a different app to do so. Facebook Dating benefits from the rest of the Facebook ecosystem, from Messenger to the new Tuned app for connecting faraway partners during this crisis. It's a Woman's World There's a lot to like about Bumble: Its entire business is predicated on making you feel good about using the app. You can communicate with connections for free, and the interface takes a potentially stressful situation and makes it somehow serene. Even if its photo-focused profiles have more of a casual dating vibe, Bumble is an excellent choice for women who have safety and privacy concerns—and men who don't mind letting women make the first move. For those looking for a long-term relationship, Match is our Editors' Choice for dating apps thanks to its robust profiles and easy-to-use interface, but Bumble is a solid alternative, especially for women who want to play it safe in the dating jungle. Bumble 4.0 See It Visit Site at Bumble Per Month, Starts at $24.99 Pros Excellent privacy and safety features Robust free version Fun and inclusive interface Video chat View More Cons Profiles less meaty than other apps' Superfluous friend-finder and business-networking options The Bottom Line Bumble is the dating app for women who want to be empowered, and men who want to let women make the first move. Bumble Specs Video Calls Yes Desktop App Yes Starting Price $24.99 per month Mobile App Yes Free Account Offered Yes Best Dating Picks The Best Dating Apps for 2020 Match vs. eharmony: Which Dating Service Leads to Longer Love? Tinder vs. Bumble: Which App Is Your Quickest Path to Love? More Dating Reviews More from Bumble Dating Product Comparisons Match vs. eharmony: Which Dating Service Leads to Longer Love? Tinder vs. Bumble: Which App Is Your Quickest Path to Love? Further Reading 36 Questions to Ask a Techie on a Date Pakistan Blocks Tinder, Grindr Over 'Immoral, Indecent' Content Tinder Tests 'Face to Face' Video Chat for Potential Matches How COVID-19 Is Changing Dating Apps and Relationships Postponing Your Wedding? How About Live Streaming It on AdultFriendFinder? About Karl Klockars Even after testing seven dating apps for PCMag, Karl Klockars remains happily married to his wonderfully understanding and awesome wife, Nora, and lives in Chicago. He is the author of Beer Lovers Chicago, runs the guysdrinkingbeer.com site, writes for outlets including AskMen, Chicago Magazine, and Thrillist, and recently entered the world of voice-over at klockarsVO.com. 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    Skip to content Latest News: VIDA Select sees large surge in online dating & video dates during Coronavirus. Main Site About Us Our Process Blog Blog Home Bumble Data Analysis Dating Profiles Dating Site / App Reviews Facebook Dating First Date Tips Hinge Match Messages OkCupid Online Dating Tips Profile Photos Texting The League Tinder Top Dating Sites & Apps Get Started Here I want to learn about Everything Everything Tinder Bumble Hinge Profile Tips & Examples Dating Tips Bumble Reviews (2020) – Is It The Best Dating App For You? Is Bumble better, or should you stick with Tinder? They’re both wildly popular dating apps – but is Bumble the right choice for you? This Bumble review has everything you need to decide! Bumble Pros & Cons PRO:  Women aren’t overwhelmed with unwanted messages since only they can initiate contact. Since she opted to contact you, it’s relatively easy to move things off the app. PRO:  According to one of the app’s founders, 60% of matches result in a conversation. PRO:  The app’s gender demographics are roughly equal, with 55% of users being male. PRO:  Setting up an account is easy, because your bio can’t be longer than 300 characters. CON:  Men can’t send the first message – only women can initiate a conversation. So if you’ve got some great icebreakers in your arsenal, you won’t get a chance to use them. CON:  She only has 24 hours to initiate contact with you once you’ve both swiped right, so if a woman you’re interested in doesn’t send you a message, the match is lost. (But keep reading for a way to extend the deadline!) CON:  Search criteria consists of gender, age and location, with only limited information available about your matches. If you’re looking for specific criteria, like a 23-year-old brunette who wants kids someday, try an online dating site like Match.com instead. VERDICT:  If you can stomach the idea of waiting for her to make the first move, give Bumble a try… especially if you’re a reasonably handsome guy with strong pictures. It can be nice feeling like the pursued instead of the pursuer every once in awhile, and Bumble makes that possible! Everything You Need To Know About Bumble Bumble is a free dating app built on the same model as Tinder, but with one unique twist – women are in the driver’s seat when it comes to starting a conversation. Bumble aim s to cut down on the number of sleazy messages women often get bombarded with on other mobile dating apps, so men can’t send the first message. If you’re the guy whose standard approach to messaging consists of “Hey baby, nice ___” this probably isn’t the app for you. (And if you are that guy, you should definitely read this article for some Tinder pickup lines that actually work). Interesting Tidbit: After one of Tinder’s founders, Whitney Wolfe, filed a highly controversial sexual harassment lawsuit against Tinder and its parent company (at the time) IAC, she decided to start a more “women-friendly” app.

    The just over $1,000,000 settlement and embarrassing scandal apparently wasn’t enough vindication for Whitney. She also decided to take a big bite out of Tinder’s market, and successfully built Bumble, one of its biggest competitors. How Bumble Works You can swipe right or left to indicate your interest level, or let someone know you’re really interested by using a SuperSwipe. When you both swipe right a “connection” is made. Once that happens, the woman has only 24 hours to initiate a conversation or the match is lost. Bumble gives users the option to go beyond the usual back and forth messaging and move to a voice or video call within the app. That feature appeals to a lot of women, as you don’t need to exchange phone numbers in order to talk to a match. Here is how Bumble’s Video Call and Voice Chat works: Once you’ve matched with someone, you’ll see a phone and a video icon on the messaging screen: Simply tap one of the two icons and your match can accept the incoming voice or video chat, which launches the call within the app: For women, initiating a call of either type counts as the first move. Men will only see those icons once a match has reached out, either with an icebreaker or by tapping the phone/video icons. Bumble's video and voice chat feature is available across all three modes, Date, BFF, and Bizz (more on those coming up!) You can add a “virtual dating” badge to your profile so that your matches will know you’re interested in video chatting. (Not sure how to look good in a video call? Check out these expert video dating tips !) The “virtual dating” badge can be added or removed at any time by changing your status in the Advanced Filters menu. Showing the badge does not count as one of your 2 free filters. Expert Bumble Tip #1: The best time to message on Bumble is between 8 and 10 pm.  For guys, Bumble is all about the photos and bio – after all, she’s got to feel compelled to start a conversation with you. Unfortunately, that awesome opening line you’ve been crushing it with on Tinder isn’t going to help. Some guys can do VERY well on Bumble. So if you’re fairly easy on the eyes, you may discover Bumble is better than Tinder for you. Expert Bumble Tip #2: According to in-app data, users with 6 photos get the most right swipes. Like Tinder, Bumble allows you to search for matches based on distance, age range, and gender. Profiles can include up to six photos, a short About Me section, and some background information like education and job title. Instant Upgrade: Download your free copy of our indispensable guide to looking your best online. The Photogenic Man reveals surefire secrets for appearing twice as attractive on all your favorite sites and apps. Bumble fake profiles aren’t all that common, at least compared to Tinder or a free dating site like POF. That’s largely due to Bumble’s verification process, which prompts you to take a selfie while copying a specified gesture, like this one: If a match notices you're not verified yet, she can also send you a verification request: Take the time to verify your profile, because one of the Bumble Filters allows people to screen out unverified profiles. Bumble isn’t just for dating – there are two other modes you can use to meet new people. Bumble BFF is for meeting new friends, and Bumble Bizz is for networking. To change modes, simple tap the Bumble logo at the top of the page, and toggle between all three. Is Bumble Free? Yes – you can use it effectively without spending a cent. But there are some handy paid features that make it easier to get matches. Starting at $8.99 a week, you can upgrade to “Bumble Boost,” which gives you access to three premium features: BeeLine – this feature alone makes the low monthly cost worthwhile. In this section, you only see profiles of women who have already liked you, so a match is guaranteed. That will save you a ton of swiping time. Rematch – you can now reconnect with past matches for an extra 24 hours. Busybee – allows you to extend the 24-hour match window. How much Bumble Boost costs depends on the length of your subscription. If you buy a 3 or 6-month subscription, the price is discounted: To see if paying for Bumble makes sense for you, check out this Bumble Boost review . You can also use “Bumble Coins,” the in-app currency, to purchase SuperSwipes. Similar in concept to Tinder’s Super Likes, using a SuperSwipe lets her know you’re serious about wanting to make a connection. Each SuperSwipe costs $2.99 (one coin), with a discount if you purchase coins in bulk: You can also use your Bumble Coins for an in-app purchase called “Spotlight.” Bumble's Spotlight feature costs 2 coins per use, and will give your profile increased exposure for 30 minutes. To learn more about this premium feature, including the best time to use it, check out this Spotlight review! And if you spend 5 coins, you can change your location in Bumble. You can activate Bumble's “Travel Mode” for one week, and select whatever location you'll be going to. That means just like with Tinder Passport, you can start swiping and messaging matches in your destination city before you actually get there. You can download the Bumble app here: Reviews From Around The Web Bumble seems to be a hit with single, professional women. A writer for InStyle.com said she really responded to Bumble’s women-in-control model: “It forced me to focus on only the men I was actually interested in speaking with rather than the connections made while right swiping with reckless abandon.” And NYC-based writer/blogger Tillie Adelson called Bumble a “ win win ” situation for men and women: “ Men are able to be confident when a woman reaches out to them and thus move faster towards an in-person interaction. Women can swipe right all they want then decide later if they really are interested and want to reach out. It’s a win, win and since everyone knows the rules of the Bumble game, it should alleviate any shyness the women have in terms of being the first to reach out.” Men, on the other hand, gave it more mixed reviews. Writer Philip Wegmann said that while Bumble is a great hookup app , it’s not such a great way for women to find The One: “But even if users do discover someone “relationship-ready,” they’re likely to be left unsatisfied. Why? Because men too lazy to make the first move don’t buy flowers. They don’t plan picnics. They don’t remember anniversaries. They’re the wrong guy—the effeminate kind you’re embarrassed to introduce to your father or the rude kind you’re ashamed to meet your mother. So log out, bet on yourself instead, and recognize that there a still a few good men out there.” On the other hand, freelance writer Alex Huss seconded the notion that having the woman break the ice on Bumble was a confidence booster for men: “Let me let you in on a little secret, ladies: Men are far more inclined to pursue a relationship with a woman if we think she’s into it. And, to be even more honest, we typically can’t tell the difference between “playing hard to get” and “get lost.” To save our own pride, we usually assume it’s “get lost.” ” Step By Step Guide To Setting Up An Account Once you’ve downloaded Bumble, either from the app store or for your Android device, your first name, age, occupation and education are pulled from your Facebook account. New users also have the option of creating an account with a mobile phone number. So you can use this popular dating app without Facebook, and enter all your details manually. You can add up to six photographs, and she has to scroll through all them in order to see your Bumble profile. You don’t want to lose her at your third shirtless mirror selfie, so make sure to choose strong pictures . Select a range of photos that really showcases your lifestyle. She’s going to imagine herself with you as she’s scrolling through them, so you might want to get feedback on your photos from some female friends. Only use the pictures that they rank the highest. You can also connect your Instagram account, which will show the 24 most recent pics from your Instagram feed on your Bumble profile. The downside is you can’t control which pictures are shown – so make sure your IG pics are worthy of a dating site. Next up is the “About Me” section, and it’s short – 300 characters or less. That’s not a lot of space to grab her attention, so be creative. It’s worth filling out – if she’s wavering about which way to swipe based on your photos, a profile that makes her smile will make up her mind. Bumble profiles also have space for answering 3 prompts, called “Move Makers.” Each one has a 120-character limit, and topics range from your greatest travel to what you'd want your superpower to be. You can choose from 0ver 30, the selection of which rotates periodically. Want an irresistible Bumble profile? Check out these Bumble profile tips and tricks! Before you can start swiping, you have to set your search criteria. Basic criteria include distance, age range, and gender. Free users can choose an additional two Bumble filters , which let you screen for more attributes like education, political views, smoking/drinking habits, and more. Upgrading to Bumble Boost gives you access to all the Bumble Filters. Keep in mind, though, if you want to screen your matches with a particular filter, you must first answer that question in your own profile. So if you only want to date singles who are over a specific height, you must provide your own height first. The app has an “undo” feature, called a “Backtrack,” if you change your mind – just shake the phone and it undoes the swipe. But use them wisely, you’re limited to just three Backtracks a day. When you’ve both liked each other, a connection is made and the waiting begins. She has 24 hours to send you a message before the match expires. But if she doesn’t make the first move, all is not lost. Guys have the ability to extend the window of conversation for an additional 24 hours for one match per day. It’s kind of like the “Super Like” function on Tinder – it lets her know you really want to hear from her. Expert Bumble Tip #3: Skip the swiping on Fridays, as that’s when users spend the least amount of time on Bumble. Remember, that countdown clock is ticking, so why start it when she’s probably not checking the app? As with any dating app, the goal is to move things off the app as soon as possible. Don’t wait too long to ask her out – you don’t want her to lose interest in the conversation and move on to the next guy. For some expert advice on when and how to get her to say “yes” to a meet up, click here. How To Get The Best Results On Bumble If you’re serious about starting a relationship with someone special, putting some effort into choosing your most attractive photos and writing a compelling Bumble bio is essential. She’s making the first move, so your profile needs to compel her to message you. So you could do a bunch of research on how to write the best Bumble profile, or you can meet incredible local singles without doing any of the hard work. Here at VIDA, our dating consultants will handle everything for you, from writing your profile to messaging the women you like best. You just show up to your date and have fun! Interested? Click here for your free consultation today. About VIDA Select VIDA Select takes all the frustration, hard work and hassle out of modern dating! From a dedicated personal matchmaker to a crew of professional writers, everything will be handled for you. 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