Relationships can be exciting and the same time they can be frustrating. The tradition dating is slowly dying with time, and people are now embracing the digital way of online dating. Different sites have been providing these services to individuals who want meet their life time lovers, and live happily thereafter. There are also dating apps which are available in mobile devices and computers. Some dating apps are making general improvement so that lovers can kiss fewer frogs before meeting their prince and princes.
The mobile dating apps are known to have more than 50 million members and connecting more than 21 million matches a day. Dating apps are now implementing new features to give the dating app a positive look and make it meaningful. One of these mobile dating apps is Bumble.
Since its inception, the app has experienced a significant and responsible behavior from its female and male clients. Using Bumble has an added advantage; those users who show responsive behavior are awarded a VIBee badge that is seen on their profile. The badge enables them to turn on a VIBee mode only where they can connect with other badge holders. Another advantage is that one can easily and quickly express their interest because matches disappear within 24 hours if one is not interested. With Bumble women are in control making the dating app more feminist.
Whitney Wolfe is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Bumble and the co-founder of Tinder dating app. After his High School graduation, Wolfe attended South Methodist University where she majored in International Studies. Wolfe’s entrepreneur spirit began while still in college when he began selling bamboo tote bags targeting areas affected by BP oil spill.
At the age of 22 she began serving at Hatch Labs. At the organization she was involved with startups Cardify a project that was led by Sean Rad. Later Wolfe co-founded Tinder with Rad. After leaving Tinder she established Bumble which is also a mobile dating app.