Although maybe that's just what Bumble is designed to be.But then all this depends on how many people sign up and whether there is enough originality to tempt people away from other dating apps.I've been hearing my girlfriends discuss their wins and losses with a variety of online-dating phone apps, so I'm breaking down the newest means of tech-based courtship.
You can edit the age range you're looking for as well as whether you are looking for a man, woman, or everyone. The app presents you with a series of profiles from people in your area within the specified age range and you swipe to decide whether you like someone.
The flaw with Bumble is that just because a girl has sent a message first doesn't mean she won't receive an unwanted reply in return.
After all, with Tinder a girl must have already swiped right to make a match before a guy can send her a message.
It's the content of the message that is unwanted rather than the message itself and that, for me, is where the major distinction lies.
The fact that you can provide more information on your profile may lead to deeper connections based on more than just looks, but for many it's likely still to be a numbers game based on physical appearance or a fun game to play with your friends.