Bumble is one of the most popular dating apps on the market today. Bumble was created by Whitney Wolfe, an ex-employee of Tinder, and it has been a top app since its release in 2014. Bumble is similar to Tinder because you swipe left or right to match with potential matches that are close geographically. However, Bumble also gives women more power than other dating apps!
The first major difference between Bumble and Tinder is that only women can initiate contact after a match has been made on Bumble. This means that men are not allowed to send any messages until they have been contacted by a woman – which we all know puts females in control! The second major difference between Bumble and Tinder is that Bumble has BFF and Bizz matches. BFF matches are for friends of friends – or people you want to be friends with, while Biz Matches is a networking service that can help you find your next employer!
The final major difference between Bumble and Tinder is how the user interface looks. The color scheme on Bumble is pink and blue, which is so much more soothing than the stark white background of Tinder. Bumble also has a “Quiet” mode that allows you to make matches with other users without broadcasting your profile around town!