Bumble - Dating & Meet People

Bumble - Dating & Meet People

By Bumble Holding Limited

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2014-11-19
  • Current Version: 5.203.0
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 170.96 MB
  • Developer: Bumble Holding Limited
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.19876
From 850,069 Ratings


Millions of 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 behavior. Because of this relentless dedication, millions of people are using Bumble to build valuable relationships every single day. DATING, FRIENDS & NETWORKING 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) --- Bumble is free to download and use, and that will never change for our main features. However, if you’re looking to get the most from Bumble, you can subscribe to our optional subscription product Bumble Boost. 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. * Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. * Your subscription will automatically renew itself, unless auto-renewal is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. * Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. * You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings in the iTunes Store. * If offered, if you choose to use our free trial, any unused portion of the free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to that publication, where applicable * If you don’t choose to purchase Bumble Boost, you can simply continue using and enjoying Bumble for free. Your personal data is securely stored on Bumble - be sure to read our privacy policy and terms and conditions: https://www.bumble.com/privacy https://www.bumble.com/terms



  • So far so great

    By Justjess74
    I really like the concept. I was thinking of getting the premium. But when I saw it was 38.99 a month then I changed my mind. I think 38.99 a month is outrageous. Especially when there is so many other dating app competitors, And its not a guarantee that I’m gonna meet someone.
  • Every girl either text once or twice

    By Tulip 21
    Was trying to get a relationship though this app but I’ve only had like 7 or 8 matches and all of the women just text one or two things after I say hi nice to meet you then proceed to ask how there day was or how are they are doing this evening (etc) but then they they just disappear. Just feel like I’m wasting my time and money sorry I will not be using this app again.
  • Subscriptions are scam.

    By Jessejaan
    Signed up for bumble subscription 2 weeks ago and they charged me $10 extra more over the price they advertised for the subscription. Red flag here for the scam. And yet again the subscription has not even expired yet but they already charged one more of subscription just in two weeks. Now my app store shows two subscription for bumble at the same time. What’s supposed to be $22 a month has costed me $52 a month. When I contacted bumble to help out. They simple replied as “we can’t help with this” This whole subscription thing seem like a scam. I would probably stay away from paying in this app.
  • Don’t get it

    By layala1414
    I had bumble for a while and it was great in the beginning but after getting harassed on it I made a comment about being a sugar baby (which isn’t selling anything) they blocked my account! When I tried to explain to them that I was tired of just blocking every guy that was just harassing me they said they reviewed my account and will continue to be blocked and told me that I was inappropriately buying or selling. What was I selling ? Then they told me they won’t continue to respond about that issue but they won’t tell me anything. Don’t get this app it’s a waste for them to discriminate against women and women of color.
  • banned for promoting social media

    By gracelandsavannah
    okay so anytime i would catch interest in someone i would go to give them my socials.. it doesn’t make sense as to why i was randomly banned when i’ve been through this before! they don’t do appeal processes just like tinder! make your app better
  • When online dating turns into pachinko.

    By Fortune Jackson
    Bumble reminds me of an experience I had at the Ginza shopping center in Tokyo. I remember accidentally walking into a casino that I thought was an arcade. The room was filled wall to wall with pachinko machines. At the time I thought “ Well why not give it a try? It can’t be any more complicated than a slot machine”. I soon realized after fifteen minutes that I had no indicator that could help me understand if I was making progress. The machine wasn’t giving out any tutorial in English and other than the fact that it was bright and noisy I had no way of indicating whether or not I was doing well. That’s Bumble in a nutshell: It’s a gambling machine that spouts out words in a language you can’t understand. All you can do is either walk away or continue to recklessly throw money into the machine like a collection plate that keeps coming to your isle at a Sunday church service that’s ran far longer than it should. The “Spotlight” system utilized by this sight fills like a nasty cash grab set up to constantly keep users hooked, while giving off the false notion that it’ll work as a quicker means of finding a match. I know that the Bumble was designed mainly to put women back in control of the online dating circuit. You can see this being a priority through the use of the whole ‘women make the first move’ indicator. So this feature, combined with the fact that most of its female users are thirty and older means that the site aims to help women who fall within this demographic. Right? Well problem with that lies deep in the statistical data. Basically, you’ve got the males making up 72.9% of the users on the site while the rest ( without including trans, non binary, or other) make up females. A considerable amount of the female user state having a longing for monogamy, marriage, and even children. All of those things fall greatly in contrast to the objective of the male users seeking one night stands with no strings attached. So in the end your left with two conflicting ideologies, with one outnumbering the other so greatly that it leaves most outcomes unsuccessful. In a lot of ways Bumble feels similar to the roll out of the roll out of Theranos: It’s basically like the latest start up tech company promising the breakthrough of the century. You later discover, however that all the hype couldn’t account for all the letdown and utter disappointment that proceeded all smoke and mirror antics that served as fuel to generate the hustle.
  • Feedback

    By Billionaire Excellence
    Very good:)
  • App is not intuitive

    By Banditgina
    I find it difficult and frustrating to navigate the app I can’t review my profile and once I send an emoji the person disappears and I can’t retrieve it to send an additional message.
  • Zero matches

    By caddy6062
    I use this app and Tinder. I have almost the exact same photos, bio, etc on both apps and I regularly get matches on tinder however after nearly a month of use and multiple hundreds of swipes I have gotten zero matches. I only got one match the first day I downloaded the app and they unmatched after 5 minutes without messaging. I don’t have premium and I have a sneaking suspicion they shadow ban you for trying to use the free version of the app. I’ve finally taken to swiping right on everyone as a last ditch effort just to see what happens and still no matches. Definitely don’t recommend this app and suggest using the other dating apps available
  • Terrible

    By haircuttah
    At least most sites give you a small amount of people to see just for signing up, nope they only want you to pay or be premium to see who swipes or likes you...what a waste!