Bumble has slightly different requirements. You can either sign up using your Facebook account or your phone number. Next, you’ll add your gender and the gender you would like to meet. You’ll also fill in your first name, your birthday, recovery email, and password.
Despite the difference in the signing up process, both the apps allow you to add more information once you are a member.
3) The Apps Pricing
For starters, both dating apps are free to use.
However, there are restricted features that one has to pay to unlock. Tinder compared to Bumble has several plans that one can unlock through a monthly subscription.
The Tinder free plan allows you to have 100 right swipe, one “super-like”, and one “top pick” daily.
When you subscribe for Tinder Plus at $19.19 per month, you’ll have an unlimited number of swipes, reverse accidental left swipes, five “super likes,” and get one “boost” per month to increase your visibility within your area.
Tinder Gold goes for an additional $4.99 month. On top of Tinder Plus features, you’ll see those who have swiped right on your photo. You’ll also have 5 “top picks” daily.
The Bumble free plan allows you to withdraw accidental swipes three times per day.
The Bumble boost plan goes for $9.99 per month. With the plan, you get notifications when someone swipes right. You can also see who likes you and extend the 24hours match expiry time.
4) Tinder Features Vs. Bumble Features
Tinder is known for swiping. (Duh.)
But, besides swiping, you can “super-like” someone’s picture, and swipe left, or right, by clicking the buttons at the bottom of the screen.
Bumble allows for swiping only.
In Bumble, swiping the screen upwards shows you more photos of the person, while on Tinder that’s a “super-like” move.
Given the huge pool, it’s always an endless swiping exercise.
Bumble’s populations mostly include people with decent jobs and college degrees.
The ratio of men to women is almost the equal–46% of the users are female. That means there are WAY more women on Bumble. The balance leads to a few options and hence less swipe and more productive connections.
Bumble has the BFF option where you can meet people within your area and build friendships. The BFF option helps find fun people around you who you can engage within different activities, talk to, or chill around.
Just in case you’re looking for a friend… hahaha
Be Even More Successful Online…
Tinder and Bumble have changed the tides in the dating industry. It’s become the norm. In fact, 72% asked in a recent survey said they think relationships that start online are just as or more successful than those that begin IRL…
People can easily meet like-minded individuals within their vicinity or traverse the globe without leaving their country.
You can have a casual thing, a hookup, or a long-term relationship.
It all boils down to your preference.
But no matter what you are looking for, you want to get the most out of the apps you are using…
It’s Time To Get More Responses, Dates, And Lays on Whatever App You Use!
Fact: 91% of women on Tinder only swipe right on profiles they’re attracted to.
And it’s NOT just the “pictures” they’re attracted to. It’s the WORDS on your profile.
A good picture is important, but a good picture is a lot easier to get than you think…
And it’s not what’s going to get a girl to swipe right.
Dating apps surveyed their female users, and a HUGE percentage said, they’d swipe right on a guy they’re not instantly attracted to, IF he said the right things in his profile.
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