There are just so many dating apps out there that it is difficult to comprehend which one to use and which one to avoid. One of the latest market entrants in the dating business is Bumble, which is co-founded by Whitney Wolfe, who is also one of the co-founders of Tinder. She is the brains behind Bumble, which has been revolutionizing how the dating world operates. In Bumble, only women can message male members first, and it is what has created a wave of change in the dating business. Whitney Wolfe said that such a move was much awaited in the industry as more and more women are reporting abuse and bullying on this open-ended dating and networking platforms. By allowing only female members to contact the male members first, one can be sure that it initiates the relationship on the right note.
Bumble is a dating app that is loved by the people these days, and more and more people are joining the revolution started by Bumble. The fact that only women can contact men first is something that did meet with some critical remarks initially, but now people have come to terms with why Whitney Wolfe introduced such a feature. It is this fundamental principle of Bumble that has helped in markedly lowering the cases of abuse and bullying online on Bumble. As an entrepreneur, Whitney Wolfe is always able to think one step ahead and utilize the Bumble’s social dating platform for more than just dating. It is for this very reason, Whitney Wolfe recently announced the launch of Bumble BFF and in the subsequent year, Bumble Bizz.
Bumble BFF is a part of Bumble app that can be used by the members to find friends. There are many people out there who are lonely and can do with some socializing. Bumble BFF would help people meet new people and make friends. Similarly, Bumble Bizz is used by the members to expand their business and professional networking platform with ease. The Bumble Bizz helps people find other members in the same industry within the same demography so that the members can even meet up if they decide to go ahead with their professional partnership. Whitney Wolfe believes that while Bumble Bizz may look similar to Linkedin in many ways, it is entirely different as a professional networking tool. Whitney Wolfe says that the primary difference between Bumble Bizz and Linkedin is that the former is more casual and easy going in nature.