Whitney Wolfe Of Bumble Is Changing Lives

Bumble is a well-known dating app that was founded by nineteen-year-old Whitney Wolfe. Although she was very young when starting the application, she has impacted the lives of many people positively. The sale of Wolfe’s bamboo tore bags has assisted very many people, especially those who were affected by the Deepwater Horizon that took place in the year 2010.

Before starting Bumble, Wolfe was working with Tinder, a dating app that she helped co-found several years ago. She, however, left the Tinder to start Bumble in March 2014. Just eight months after the application was started, Wolfe managed to initiate five million conversations. Bubble headquarters are found in Austin, Texas. At the moment, the institution gives employment opportunities to more than thirty-five individuals.

Three years after Bumble was introduced into the market, the New York Times announced that the app was successfully registering eight million watches and ten billion swipes every month. According to the report, women represented half of the users of the app. The report shows that the members spend at least one hour everyday viewing different profiles and sending messages to other members.

Just recently, Whitney Wolfe announced that she had introduced a subsection of the original app, known as Bumble BFF. According to the twenty-six-year-old businessman, the new app will assist women in the world to connect with each other and form strong friendships at the end of the day. Currently, Bumble has almost thirteen million users, and most of them are now trying to explore the newly introduced friend feature. The app has done very well, and just a week after its introduction, it achieved over one million swipes.

When the internet was introduced several years ago, it changed the way things are done, including dating. People started looking for love online. More people were able to meet and connect through their cell phones. Dating apps were introduced recently, and they have done very well in the recent times. Most of the sites are safe for the users, and more people can meet their life partners through them. As the chief executive officer of Bumble, Wolfe has done so much to make the app useful to singles.