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With a sexy looking UI, bumble is a very easy app to get a hang of.
It operates exactly like Tinder and the other hot or not apps except for one huge difference; women MUST initiate the first message with any matches made.
At this time, I began responding to my fellow female bumble bees in hopes to get acquainted.
As I signed in, I was feeling pretty hopeful considering I had a lot of matches in the chamber, locked and loaded.
I have a tremendous amount of respect for CEO Whitney Wolfe and how she successfully differentiated herself from Tinder and the bunch through endorsing the new-aged concept of “women make the first move”.When I got to the home screen a sense of euphoria ran through my body as I noticed there was fresh honey in the jar (it’s really a beehive icon that takes you to your inbox, but I think honey jar sounds cooler).When I stuck my hand in the honey jar looking to see what sweet goodness was waiting for me I noticed my matches had actually climbed to 14 overnight (up 3 more, cool).At this time I began having conversations with 3 of my matches who sent me an initial message. Although I managed to make another match happen on this day, I had noticed since day 1 the amount of matches I was yielding was significantly decreasing each day at a time which I found rather bit bizarre considering how I made 16 on day one! The “enthusiastic” women who I had been hopeful exchanging messages with back and forth slowly started evolving into quiet little ghosts one person at a time.I’m not sure if this is an internal tactic bumble uses to boost retention rate, but either way I wasn’t going to let my mission end here. Most of my conversations started looking like this: I began losing hope in scoring any dates.