Making new friends, especially as a young adult woman, is not easy. Maybe you just moved to a new city, maybe your new career doesn’t allow you any time, or maybe your social skills just aren’t the best. Whitney Wolfe realized this and created a BFF mode for her already trending app, Bumble, where you can swipe your way to your new bestie.
Whitney Wolf, an original co-founder of the dating app Tinder, created the Bumble app after her departure from Tinder. She created Bumble with the idea to give women more control of dating. She then created Bumble BFF to give woman a place to establish meaningful friendships. Whitney Wolfe, with her successful career in the tech world, was named in Business Insider’s 30 Most Important Women Under 30 In Tech in 2014 and Forbes 30 under 30 in 2017.
Bumble BFF is an addition to the dating app Bumble created by Whitney Wolfe. You can sign up through Facebook, create your profile and then switch the app to the BFF mode. You know you are in BFF mode because the app will change from yellow to green. Once you are in BFF mode, Bumble will match you with BFF matches in the area that you selected and if you are interested, you can swipe right to save, or if not, swipe left to remove them. You can reach out and message your matches any time you like, or ignore them if you are no longer interested. You have complete control.
As a successful 20 something year old, Wolfe realized how hard it is to make real connections and build long term friendships, when she created Bumble BFF mode. Which is why she created it to find people with the same interests and personalities, that can turn into long-term friendships, conveniently. It can be used anytime so it easily fits into a busy lifestyle or is available anytime when you find yourself in need of a friend. Bumble BFF, a platform created for women by a woman understands the difficulties in building friendships in today’s world.
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