Dating can be stressful but it can also be rewarding. When trying to find your true love, there will be bumps along the way but rest assured it can happen. Dating takes time. It is a series of events that determine whether or not that particular person is a match. When finding a match, there are some thing to consider. When trying to date, you have to find a way to make that happen. You must use a source to find the person your dreams. For many people, that source is online dating or mobile dating. In the past many people shunned online dating.
People believe that you can never find the right person on a website or on a mobile application. Studies that proven that theory incorrect. Studies show that more people find their true love on online dating websites or mobile applications. Mobile dating applications are a little bit different. Finding a match online is easier and faster than the traditional way. There is one mobile dating application that puts the women in the driving seat.
Bumble is a dating application that launched in December of 2014. The application is location-based. Bumble is unique because it allows women to make the first move when they find a match. Users must message their match within 24 hours or the match gets deleted. Bumble is integrated with Facebook, to create the user profiles. Within the user profiles include photos, college, and job information. in addition to finding love on the app, Bumble allows users to find platonic friends. Users can switch to a specific mode on the application and search for platonic friends in their location.
Bumble was founded by Whitney Wolfe. Whitney Wolfe was a former founder of Bumble. Whitney Wolfe launched Bumble after she left the company, Tinder. Whitney Wolfe was born in Salt Lake City, Utah and graduated from Southern Methodist University. She majored in International Studies at Southern Methodist University.
In 2017, Whitney Wolfe was named Forbes 30 under 30. She was also named Business Insider’s 30 Most Important Women Under 30. In addition, she was named Women in Tech by Elle Magazine.