Ever thought about the wonderful benefits of app-based dating? The most important benefit for using apps such as Whitney Wolfe’s Bumble for dating is that they are free. A person does not pay for a subscription or nothing like that. The individual simply downloads the app from the Play Store or App Store. It is fast and efficient which means you just tap on the app on your phone and it opens up instantly without having to login constantly like websites. The profiles are short and to the point. A user just needs to take a few pictures and a small description about themselves. One great benefit is that these dating apps are perfect for people who are extremely busy and do not have time to go out and socialize.
Some statistics have shown that relationships developed through apps such as Bumble will last a decent amount enough to get know the other person. An individual does not have to keep seeing the other person if they do not want. The app provides freedom stop messaging whenever they want. Over half of the users can sustain a relationship through an app such as Bumble because the messaging is quick and to the point. You do not have to hassle when messaging a user on the app. If you like that person, then most likely you are going to go out with that person more often.
Now on to Whitney Wolfe, who is an American entrepreneur from Salt Lake City, Utah. She went to Southern Methodist University where she studied international studies. During college, she sold bamboo tote bags which helped around the affected areas from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. After graduating from college, Wolfe joined the start-up Cardify which was headed by Sean Rad. The Cardify project was abandoned which was not the end for Wolfe. She later on co-founded Tinder with Sean Rad where she would become the Vice President for Marketing and was solely responsible for spreading Tinder at college campuses like wild fire.
Whitney Wolfe felt like something was needed in order to make dating a little different. She decided to branch out and make Bumble. It is like Tinder but concentrates more on the female. The female has to make the first move and the first message. There is a twist because the female only has 24 hours to message the male before his profile disappears from the female’s queue. Wolfe hopes to eventually make it fair for the females when it comes to the dating game.