Bumble - Meet New People

Bumble - Meet New People

By Bumble Holding Limited

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2014-11-19
  • Current Version: 5.119.0
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 97.79 MB
  • Developer: Bumble Holding Limited
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 687,309 Ratings


Over 50 million 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 behaviour. Because of this relentless dedication, millions of people are using Bumble to build valuable relationships every single day. DATE, MEET FRIENDS, NETWORK 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



  • Great app for those looking for something serious

    By Ger R.
    I completely loved this app. I haven’t ever used dating apps and about a year ago I decided to give them a try. I did some research and decided to try Bumble first as I was looking for something serious. The app is really easy to use, I just wished the chat window was a bit more interactive and allowed to delete messages (lol), but again the purpose of this app is just to use it as a first step and continue chatting/texting out of it once you think you have a match. As a woman, is nice to be able to take the first step to initiate the conversation. I had 3 dates with really nice guys before finding my current boyfriend (we’ll soon be celebrating our first anniversary!), so we are both very happy we found each other with this app. The only thing I would recommend them to change is to allow choosing pictures from your phone instead of Facebook. I met one guy who had old photos on Facebook because he just didn’t interact with it a lot, so when we met in person he looked a bit different. Overall it was a good app, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for something serious, guys here were really nice, some really well educated, and a couple were absolute gentleman.
  • Do NOT pay for this app!

    By bumble scam
    I used to enjoy bumble, but then, like most software people, they have to tinker with it and think they’re making it better and they made it much worse. I even wrote a letter asking why they did what they did. Here is why you should NOT PAY. They used to have a mileage feature on the site, which made sense. Lots of us don’t want to date somebody more than a certain distance away. They removed the mileage feature and offered some ridiculous explanation of “oh we want to make sure that anyone in the world who wants to see you blah blah blah”. (It was such a stupid explanation whatever it was). Well, I drove from DC to Connecticut and back. When I got back to DC, sure it’s swell to have women interested, but they were up and down the eastern seaboard. Before, with the mileage feature, anyone outside whatever mileage I had set, just went away. NOW, because of their awful software, I have to click on EVERY one of them to see if they are local or not? Are you kidding? “Oh look, someone in RI (delete), oh here is NY (delete), oh another one in RI (delete), wait, one in VA! Oops MA (delete)” shoot me now! So what I figured out (and they will figure out how to counter what I figured out and then I will delete the app) and the reason you don’t pay is now ALL the ones interested just stay in ONE little green circle and you don’t have to deal with it. If you pay, they ALL show up in an endless stream of green circles and never disappear. Do not pay!!!!
  • Feel Unsafe

    By JCsAunty
    There’s an individual on here who does work in my neighborhood and has come onto me in a way that made me highly uncomfortable. He leers at me every time he’s around. I have blocked him on bumble only to see he has popped up since I blocked him about 7 more times!!!!!!! In addition to this, in June I sent a Twitter DM to inquire about the free boost trial. They told me they were having issues with boost and they would manually apply it to my account. I had about 1,000 profiles to scroll through and I had gotten through about 25 and without changing any preferences, while I was in the middle of looking at the bumble Match Queue, my ENTIRE queue disappeared! There were a few accounts I saved to look at better later and hundreds I hadn’t even seen that disappeared in a flash. I wrote them on Twitter and the bumble rep was less than helpful and it got to the point where they were just rude. Later I told them I wanted the boost removed from my account completely but was told they cannot do that. Since the time Boost was manually applied by them it rendered that whole match queue area useless. The trial has expired; it never worked anyway, but now even the blurred out profiles are gone. I’ll have guys who “super like” me that don’t show up in the queue as blurred out profiles. Bumble used to be a good app. The boost thing was just an annoyance but now that I feel unsafe with the block feature not working, I had to write a review and disable my account.
  • I don’t normally review apps, but...

    By Brookecory
    I do have a few things to say about Bumble. First, I love that it’s so female driven. I’ve done a lot of dating apps (and still do!), yet Bumble is by far my favorite. It helps me work up the courage to approach the guy for a change. More than half the time they don’t answer, but I can’t do anything about that. That being said, I’d like to comment on some new features I noticed and give some feedback. I love that you can add like quirks about yourself ie. perfect first date, two truths and a lie, etc. I also love that you can now see what people are looking for, religious preferences, if they want children and the like. What I think would be cool to see is if you could filter people based off these features. I’m currently looking for someone who wants a relationship, but has no interest in having kids in the future and I find that it’s a pain to have to sort through all the people who aren’t looking for the same. It makes the dating process even more of a pain. Just a thought. Everything else about the app is great and hopefully I’ll eventually find someone on it!
  • The worst dating app I’ve ever used.

    By Gale22
    I find it very odd that every guy I’ve matched has either never talked or we start talking and I suddenly never hear back from them again. I’ve only exchanged numbers with two guys on this app and one suddenly disappears after we talked all night and he agreed to take me surfing and the other guy stops talking. All the guys I’ve matched with stop talking mid conversation this has happened 100 percent of the time. I’ve had at least 12+ matches and have been using this app for about a week, I’d say I’m a very attractive woman and have never had problems getting a date so I find it odd that this has happened every single time. The Bumble Bff does this as well but not as badly so I’ve stopped using the dating side of Bumble as it’s super suspect and I haven’t had any success with any of the guys I’ve matched with. I also think their are quite a few fake profiles as well but seeing all the bad reviews I’m starting to believe this app is just trying to get you to spend money as it takes so many swipes just to see whose liked you. Mine said I had 50+ likes and it stayed that way because Bumble won’t reveal even one of them for a very long time unless you pay for an upgrade. I find it odd that I can’t match with any rally handsome guys on the app but when I go out I attract good looking guys all the time. Anyways I just wanted everyone to know my experience. It’s not you, it’s this app.
  • Great Concept, Great App!

    By 3.1415926542
    First of all, how great is it that you can now find a date, friends, and a business partner all in one app?! I can’t speak from a guy’s perspective, but having had this app for almost 2 years, I can say that it’s an absolute game changer. I love the concept that ladies get the first move, which as an introvert, I have come to appreciate; It has taught me to be brave and creative when starting conversations with strangers lol. It seems like most people on here are genuine, although I do wish there was just a bit more diversity. I love the time limit concept on the matches, it’s quite ingenious. It creates a sense of urgency which is great but also has its cons. The app itself is smooth and very user friendly, plus the no limits on swiping is just the icing on the cake. If you don’t have a paid subscription however, which allows you to see everyone that swiped right on you (amongst other great perks I’m sure), it can be easy to waste a lot of time on the app just swiping. They also notify users with cute little positive messages and tips every so often and I love it. I haven’t had any major problems with the app, but I have met some pretty cool people, so don’t sleep on bumble ya’ll 💯
  • Bumble Isn’t For Dating - And Neither Are Any “Dating” Apps

    By EeveesLife
    I’ve been in and out of the dating app scene for a while now. I’ve been back and forth with Bumble the most, I’d say about 10 times or more I’ve rejoined the app with the hope of finding someone special. And through several encounters and matches, I’ve drawn the conclusion that finding the love of your life is 99.8% unlikely through these kinds of apps. Why? Because it is unfortunately extremely common for men and women to lie about their intentions to get what they want from you, then to disappear or shift attitudes out of nowhere if you don’t. Even on this app with having stated my intentions (long term dating, no hookups and no games), I’ve only encountered people that want to be FWBs or just have a sexual encounter then disappear. And I’ve matched with literally hundreds of people. So, you might be able to imagine my frustration that every one of these matches wound up having a similar end game. People on these apps will pretend to be well-rounded, kind, sincere, and romantic, but when push comes to shove, they’re lazy, uninteresting, crude and perverted. I’ve been met with nothing but disappointments on this app, even after having paid for a membership to see if that might help my pursuit of romance at all. But it just left a hole in my bank account. I’ve never been more discouraged about dating in my life til this app. I’ll stick to seeking someone out in person from now on.
  • Waste of money

    By Wontletmeputanythinginhere
    I randomly get push notifications saying I have a match, but no match. Or the latest saying I won’t be shown to women looking through the app. Unsure why you’d ever want to notify me of this. I’ve paid for this app for about a year and had 0 success. Any like I give to a girl is wasted because they don’t see my profile. After months of receiving no likes or matches, I messaged them. There was no help, and instead I was told I’m stupid and wrong. Very off brand for Bumble, and very off putting in general. Then a few weeks later I had 100s of people who had liked me all in matter of hours. - I’m on other apps, I receive likes and matches so I knew something was wrong and then bam it was fixed. I still don’t receive any forward matches though - if someone likes me, I can match with them - but if I like them, I’ll never see them because they don’t see me. This app is a sham and unethical. Stop messing with algorithms and make it simple - you like someone, they see you automatically. I’m confident when my subscription runs out I’ll be treated normally by their software but once you pay them they want you to keep paying them - being in a relationship is a fast way to stop those payments. It’s in their biz interest to have paying customers receive no likes. Honestly Apple and google shouldn’t distribute this app if that’s true, they’re unethical and don’t practice what they preach.
  • Can't Match/Guys Are Lazy

    By AbbySoSo
    I'm going to make this short and simple. I've been on this app like five times before, and although I've met some incredible people and had some great times, I say that online dating is risky. It's for people who are lonely for some specific reason and want company, but don't necessarily want to date. That's not the apps fault, but I just want anyone who's reading this to know that if things don't work out it's not you, it's just online dating. Now on to technical issues and the men on there. I've logged on with my Facebook, and I put ton of care into my bio, even putting attractive photos and I haven't matched with anyone. I know how this sounds lol but I honestly think my phone or the app is broken (at least for my profile). I tested this my liking a whole bunch of profiles, even guys I'm not interested in (or dtf guys) and still nothing. It's been three days! Not one like. It's kinda peculiar. When I was on here before, within 24 hours there would be tons of matches, but now it's not working. Also, I think bumble should allow both parties to message first because it's too much pressure on me to always message first and then sometimes get nothing, because the dude believes he has to be chased and sold. It's weird. In conclusion, I'm going to try tinder.
  • False advertising

    By Flower ball
    I redownloaded the app a while ago and after every few swipes there was an ad for a “free trial” for bumble boost. It was annoying to constantly have it pop up so I figured I’d give it a try. Come to find out that I was automatically charged for a 3 month subscription. It should have clearly been stated that I was not eligible for the free trial (bc apparently I had tried it years ago even though I don’t remember) but instead they just automatically charge you. This is false advertising!!! I realized this one hour into it and tried to email bumble and cancel and this is what bumble responded with “The reason this instant charge happened was because Apple deemed you not eligible for a trial, possibly because you have already had one previously for Bumble under a different account. In this case it is Apple that chooses to charge you immediately and that's unfortunately out of our control.” I asked if they couldn’t cancel it entirely to at least switch me to a one month subscription but they said no. How did they decide to sign me up for the 3 month versus at least a 1 month trial?? This is very misleading and deceptive. So shady and money hungry.


  • Really good, but pay

    By Ironkock
    It’s a good app that kind of echos Tinder with left and white swiping and info/ pic display. It’s interesting that the lady starts conversation before the gentleman, which is kinda nice. I agree with the other reviewers, they upgrade to paid membership is dwindling the appeal, especially when it restricts access to basic features like, “See who likes you.” Or the ability to superlike somebody, at least Tinder allowed limited free superlikes. Perhaps instead of having Bumble Boost and Bumble Coins to be paid separately, maybe combine the two, where depending on the users rate of app activity, they get some rate of free coins everyday they open the app. The more they use the app and the more they swipe right or make with matches, the higher their score and the more bumble coins they can earn per day upon opening the app. All in all, pretty good, shouldn’t have to pay for multiple facets of the app.
  • Swag app

    By N8Carrier22
    Met my wife on this app
  • Amaze

    By laynapie
    Wow amazing awesome job kiddos met the nicest sweetie pie boy ever gee thanks sport 🥴
  • Good but needs improvement

    By Starlitdreams16
    I really do like the ago so far but I am finding it difficult to use since I am in the process of moving and my location cannot be set to my new state and area. I'm travelling for the next 2 months or so and any connections I make in that time will be difficult to maintain our even start. A location change option would be incredibly useful. Also tried to find a way to contact the company through the app but was only lead to the FAQ section and find an answer page.
  • Terrible. Awful. Misleading. Scammy.

    By Angry Ugly Girl
  • I already told you.

    By Scott.howell
    Read the email I sent.
  • Awful app

    By Akeinodc
    Got banned from the app for no apparent reason and without warning.
  • Works, mostly. Be careful & polite

    By Newer Reviewer Tour
    I got a “warning” but Bumble refuses to say which guideline I was being warned about. I honestly didn’t think I violated any community guidelines. I’ve asked multiple times over email how I could avoid whatever mistake I made and they refuse to say. They point me to the guidelines again. I ask for more info, they point me to the guidelines again. What good is a warning if we don’t know what is being warned? The photos are me, they are appropriate, my profile is polite and honest. Best guess: I did unmatch someone for the reason that I was not interested in dating a transgendered individual, and instantly after doing that I got a warning, so I think that person (just one) must have complained. Sorry, person. I believe I have the right to date my preference, which is for women who were born female. There is no hate or phobia, it’s just not my personal interest. Guys, especially in the Bay Area, if you have the same preference, be polite. You might include what I now do in my profile to avoid any future hurt feelings. Saying you are “seeking a natural born female” seems to be allowed within the community guidelines at this time. Was that it, Bumble? I may never know.
  • Huge waste of time

    By CloeSparklez
    I’m not sure why my stupid ex recommended me this because this is seriously hot garbage! All the guys on here aren’t my type or when I find someone I match with they don’t ever reply once I send the first message. Is starting to piss me off. Horrible app. Apple please remove this from your store!
  • Flakes

    By tired2000
    Guys schedule dates and then don’t follow through. It’s a dating culture of flakes.