Bumble.com is in many ways a female-focused version of Tinder, most notably because takes much of the online dating burden off men’s shoulders by requiring women to make the first move. The dating app is primarily a hot or not style swiping game, in which members must match to communicate, but rather than allowing either party to get the conversation rolling (which in present-day online dating times is still primarily activity men are tasked with), on Bumble.com women must initiate the conversation — a key feature that both make the app stand out in the crowded hookup app ecosystem, and has attracted a large female user-base. Depending on how much control you like to have over your online dating experience, the dating app is either a godsend or something that can be frustrating.
In August 2016, Bumble announced the launch of its paid service, Bumble Boost, which includes three premium features. The Beeline allows a user to see who has already liked them. Rematch offers a second shot with expired matches. Busy Bee adds an extension of 24 additional hours to a match.
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