Despite branding, age, and reputation, we thought it was interesting that the majority of users saw no difference between the two apps. In total, 1,319 Millennials were polled from July 7th, 2016 to April 6th, 2017.
Whatsgoodly reported a margin of error of about ~2%.
Most obviously, I like that you can stalk your prey from the comfort of your bed.
This month, we thought it would be interesting to compare and contrast how millennials use Bumble vs. Using data under license from polling company, Whatsgoodly, we analyzed 1,319 responses from millennials currently using the apps, but first, a look at the top dating apps: In our analysis, we found that 40.1% of respondents said "Tinder is for hookups, and Bumble is for dating".
Then, 5.7% of respondents said "Bumble is for hookups, and Tinder is for dating.” And, interestingly enough, 54% of respondents said "There is no difference.”In other words, we found that in direct comparison, proportionally 7x the number of Bumble users view Bumble as a dating app vs. If you are looking for love, Bumble might be the place to swipe. If you are looking for a hookup you might want to be swiping on Tinder.
She says she doesn’t do dating apps, because she doesn’t make sense in 2-D: “I’m just better in context,” Kaitlin recently told me over the phone. ”“That actually sounds horrifying to me,” she said.
“I’m kind of a lot—most people, when they meet me, want to fuck me or kill me. I’m not afraid to low-key blackout while drinking, so it just makes more sense that I meet people in the wild. “I’m just not interested in anonymous experiences or having sex with people outside the culture industry.”Ultimately, what Kaitlin wants is for men to be vetted—whether through social connections, or simply by having her friends help her assess whether a guy at the bar is fuck-worthy.