Over 50 million people have signed up for Bumble to start building valuable relationships, finding friends, and making empowered connections.
Creating new connections has never been easier. Bumble is working to lift the stigma of online dating by employing unprecedented standards for respectful behaviour. Because of this relentless dedication, millions of people are using Bumble to build valuable relationships every single day.
DATE, MEET FRIENDS, NETWORK
Bumble is at the forefront of matchmaking technology by providing an app that allows users to foster more than just romantic connections. The industry-leading app empowers users to swipe through potential connections across three different modes:
Bumble Date: On Bumble Date, women make the first move. We’ve changed the archaic rules of the dating game so that you can form meaningful relationships in a respectful way.
Bumble BFF: Life is better with friends. Whether you’re new to a city or looking to expand your circle, Bumble BFF is the easiest way to make new friends.
Bumble Bizz: Now we’re in business. Use Bumble Bizz to network, find mentors, and create new career opportunities.
Bumble is the first app of its kind to bring dating, friend-finding, and career-building into a single social networking platform.
CHANGING THE RULES OF THE GAME
At Bumble, women make the first move. In heterosexual matches, the woman has 24 hours to make the first move and the man has 24 hours to respond. In same-sex matches, either person has 24 hours to make the first move, while the other individual has 24 hours to respond, or else, the connection expires. By prompting our users to be bold and make the first move we’ve seen over 3 billion messages sent to date.
THE BUZZ IS REAL
“Bumble exists to empower women...” (Fast Company)
“Bumble is just an app: but it’s changing the discussion.” (Wired)
“Bumble offers an alternative that prioritises meaningful connections, with women calling the shots:” (UK Sunday Times)
“Bumble rejects hate speech to make users feel safe on its dating app” (Texas Standard)
“What makes Bumble different from other dating apps...is its focus on giving women all the power. ” (Business Insider)
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We offer weekly, monthly, 3 month and 6 month subscriptions giving discounts to the weekly price. The prices may vary per country and are subject to change without notice. Prices are clearly displayed in the app.
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The applications Bumble - Meet New People was published
in the category Lifestyle on 2014-11-19 and
was developed by Bumble Holding Limited.
The file size is 96.35 MB.
The current version is 3.36.0 and works well on
11.0 and high ios versions.
Bugs and performance fixes. (Woohoo!)
Scrolled through only to see several men I know are married. Just disgusting.
I would like to be able to pick the age of individuals, I have people who are too young for me
The app is good but really not very interesting for the guy.
I just realized that you had to pay to see who “liked” you. R I P O F F. This app seemed too good to be true. Stay away!
I know I’m not ugly. Is there a reason i don’t get liked more?
In my experience, the app feels like coercing me into paying for my matches. I have 32 matches sitting in my queue and will spend 30 minutes swiping... nothing. Match count stays the same. This has been my experience for sometime now. I’ve tried altering my settings and nothing helps. It’s really not worth the time unless you pay the subscription fee.
It’d be nice if it actually showed my messages and matches instead of it telling me i had a message or match then when you open the message section everything is blank and no matches .
I love this app, it literally changed my life in ways I could have never imagined. 3 years ago I met the best person I’ve ever encountered (who I would have never met socially) fell in love, and we ended up getting married last month. Thanks Bumble
Guys, unless you are hot and ripped like a male stripper holding a kitten or petting a puppy, it’s up to the women to contact you and they will not. Women want to be chased, but apparently on this app only if you are cream of the crop and they contact you first!
It’s a pretty decent app, some good some bad but I ended up meeting my now boyfriend we’ve been dating for a few months and this worked for us.
The application will still go through with purchases even after you press on cancel.
It won’t even let me download!! Stupid app!
This app is pretty good Quite easy to use and talk to people however I have to agree that there’s probably a messaging bug. In order to improve this or show it is not actually a messaging bug, I’d suggest showing if the other person has actually read the messages or not or when they were last online. Also not many people are on this app, I personally keep running out of matches a few times/week Overall a good app though
I’ve had no matches for a week or more and I’m still getting emails saying I have admirers. Don’t get it.
Since update photos don’t load and stay blurry
Bumble is the worst dating app among the usual suspects (Hinge, Coffee Meets Bagel, OkCupid)… and that’s saying something. Feels like a ghost town. The paid extras don’t seem to do anything (you can’t even tell apart from their unhelpful messages). It’s like throwing money into a wishing well. In the same timeframe (two and a bit weeks) I’ve been on two dates and had many conversations on the other apps! Bubble zilch. I would recommend looking at the others before Bumble.
Still finding my way around. Finding the yellow colour scheme makes it hard to read messages - wish I could change the white text into black on the yellow background. Noticing I can do very little for free, compared to POF - had thought I would pay as I’d hoped for better quality men here with higher educational levels ... but see a fair fee of the same men,, so not convinced enough yet to pay.
Found it fairly easy to navigate however needs to allow functions of enlarging font or text size and ability to de select matches if you swipe right instead of left in error. Like the fact no unsolicited pictures can be sent. Refreshing to see an app to give women a chance to find friends etc without hassle. The text size issue is off putting hope they fix it soon as makes it hard for those with eyesight issues to read. All in all a good app
So I downloaded and started using the app. Surprise within a couple of days I had a match and then another and another. Great. So after 10 mins of the last match I thought I better upgrade so I can see them. The minute I paid, they were gone. Scam.
I signed up for ONE week at $9.99 but they continued to charge every week without my knowledge! I haven’t used iTunes in years and forgot my password to stop the subscription. There is no way to contact customer service so be aware! Very difficult to solve a problem with this company.
It’s fun for once for lady’s to pick u and make the 1st move. I enjoy this app just to see when I’m picked.
My account was banned & they will not tell me why. They’ve also banned me from tinder. I am so mad. I use my actual photos...so I don’t See why they would ban me.
I think the guy should be able to message first not the ladies
Won’t even lie, after 4+ years on and off on Tinder, Ok Cupid, Plenty of Fish, Hinge and of course, Bumble, I’d started to lose hope. Never mind the fact that hope began to dwindle at the ripe old age of 23.. I remember hopping on Bumble one day and swiping right on a guy who had sucky pictures, but I felt called to swipe right on. Fast forward 12+ months, 500+ miles (he moved!) and countless hours of FaceTime later I can confidently say that being on Bumble helped me find one of my soulmates. Our story wasn’t smooth and seamless, and we’re still working toward that apartment in the city where we can see each other every day, but as cliché as this is: it sure was worth it. If you’re reading this and you’re losing hope, just know that there are things being orchestrated behind the scenes that you have no idea about. Divine timing is at play and what is meant for you won’t ever go past you. Thank you, Bumble. I owe your founder a coffee - or three! ( ;
I have yet to connect with someone who I connect with that starts a chat with me and or has but then not finish one with me.
This app is alright. Downfall is that it is expensive and there are a lot of people who use stolen photos. I don’t like how on bumble bff you can only be friends with the same gender that’s really sexist. Another thing is that there are a lot of fake accounts even with the verified ones I suggest that a way to make it more safe is to verify the account at least once a month, recurring. There are also a lot of creeps on the app, there should be a filter for words and you can turn it off and on because meeting someone and they first thing they talk about is that is really really uncomfortable because that’s not what I even wanted in the first place but at the same time that’s when I know to unmatch them. I only met one decent person and they are a great person but that’s only from the whole month of using this a lot of others just have motives really really sad.
I downloaded this app because it says ages 17+ but when I went to create an account it says 18+. Thats fine, but at least advertise it properly. Otherwise, love the idea of Bumble.
Bumble is very useless. I have matched with so many men on here that I have lost count, but their communication is straight BS! They either never respond, send like 2 replies and I never hear from them again, or they send one message a day. This is so frustrating! I have been on Bumble for at least 5 months. Also there are so many men that only want something casual on here. It seems like about 95% of my first messages just send into the middle of nowhere. The men usually agree to meet and then never respond again or unmatch me. I’m starting to think negative things about that issue. I pay the $9.99 a week to see who likes me to speed up the matching process, but this has been a waste of time because of the lack of communication from men on here. I send at least 7 messages per week. I even send messages in the evenings to catch men after work and such and only get like 1 response(if that many)! Now I’m Im like what the heck is going on?!! This app is very frustrating! Please revise this app and maybe penalize people who have few responses or never actually meet in person.
I am now getting faults notifications
May as well be blind folded using this app. Can’t set locations so all I get is girls from the other side of the country not ONE from even reasonably close to me. Also won’t upload any of my pictures some garbage message comes up.
Used to think Bumble had a little more sophistication as a genuine dating app. Unfortunately more and more creeps are infiltrating... not sure if the developers can do anything about this. It can also be quite slow and I often have to refresh the app to access new messages. The distance setting seems pointless as Bumble often throws up people from way outside these parameters. I’m giving 3 stars because I have met some genuine individuals through the app but it is gradually going down in my estimations.
Matches drop off after 24 hours, and it needs to be longer than that. Also, a bumble query was replied in a generic in nature, so my question wasn’t addressed properly. Don’t waster your time nor money.
Matching with people from other ends of the country is pointless
This is a good app. It’s fun. But the push notifications have absolutely ruined it for me. Multiple notifications in the space of a few minutes “Activity in your area has increased”, “There’s 3.4x more people on bumble tonight” “Listen to our podcast”?????? Honestly it’s like trying to navigate website from 2005. They might as well just change all the notifications to “horny singles in your area” Just stop
I’m new to the online dating scene and dipped my toe in the water with Bumble The app is stable and easy to use which you’d expect in this day and age I have had 3 matches after 4 days, no conversations or dates yet, let’s see what happens
I find Bumble only ok. I only have the two free filters and I keep getting notifications saying that my profile is too narrow…I feel like this just a trick to get you to pay for extras. I hate that there is no way to filter by area I’m really not interested in long distance and therefore do not want to be matched with someone on the other sis of the country. I also dislike that the same people keep popping up even after I have swiped left several times.
Distance is so important so why no distance setting because u just have to flick through all the pics to see if the are with in reaching distance or the other side of the country before liking , why show people so far away
Recieved a misogynistic/transphobic message, requested for his account to be deleted and got no response