Are you a woman in need of some new friends? Guess what; there is an app for that. When working endless hours and traveling the world, it becomes hard to meet new friends. There aren’t very many opportunities to go to a bar or club to find friends or even a romantic partner.
Smartphones have made it easier to find dates. There are plenty of dating applications that can connect you will a romantic partner. What if you could use those same types of applications to make new friends?
Bumble BFF is an application that was made by three women to help women make friends. Some women have to work, cook, raise kids, and calculate finances. Then when it becomes the end of the day, they are exhausted and wouldn’t think twice about going out to meet people. Now with this application, you can connect with women sharing similar interests from the comfort of your home. If you always have your smartphone in arms reach, might as well use it make new friends.
Anybody can signup for Bumble BFF, but you will find a majority of the active users are in their 20s. The application can be used at any time. If you just moved to a new area or are feeling lonely just log into Bumble BFF and start searching for women with similar interests. You just need a Facebook account to get started. Nobody on your Facebook friends list will see that you use Bumble BFF.
You may think that this is just another app to exchange a few messages with someone and then move on to the next person. Bumble BFF is whatever you make it. If you are just looking for a few people to talk to on occasion, then so be it. Women that are currently using Bumble BFF have formed long-term friendships. The risk is low because you are in charge of the conversation the whole way through. If at any point you don’t feel comfortable talking with someone, just got them off. Simple as that.
Whitney Wolfe is an entrepreneur living in America. She co-founded Tinder and is the current CEO of Bumble. Both of those apps are part of the top five most popular dating apps. She was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. Whitney Wolfe graduated Southern Methodist University with a degree in International Studies.
At age 22, Whitney Wolfe started working for Hatch Labs. In 2012 she co-founded Tinder with a couple of other people. In 2014 she stopped working for Tinder after she was sexually harassed. She won a $1 million settlement and went on to from Bumble.
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