Whitney Wolfe Creator of Bumble

In the crazy, and busy world that we live in many people may find it hard to me that special someone. Thanks to people like Whitney Wolfe who understand this, apps like Bumble are starting to appear. Nearly 40% of singles now use an app or dating website to meet others.

Bumble is an online dating super app with over 1 million people. This app makes making that connection safe, and fun. You get to mutually choose who you talk to. To make it fast and easy both people just swipe to the right. Then the connection is within 24 hours and the fun really begins. You can enjoy your time chatting, and sending photos in a safe and secure manner. It really is great for both your time and safety concerns.

It is true more men use online dating apps than women bu, so when Whitney Wolfe created Bumble she changed up the dating scene terms when she started the woman goes first attitude. When a connection is made it is up to a woman in a heterosexual match to make the first move. If she does not respond in the first hour, or one of the two in a same-sex match-up then the match disappears. No commitment if you change your mind, and with more almost two-thirds of women looking for a long-term commitment rather than a fling putting them in control lets them try to make the right connection.

Whitney Wolfe is founder and CEO of Bumble. She also co-founded Tinder. Both are listed in the top 4 dating apps. Recently, Whitney Wolfe was named one of Forbes 30 under 30 and had been on a similar list from Elle in the past. While attending college at Southern Methodist University for International Studies, Whitney Wolfe came up with her first business idea. She worked with Patrick Aufdenkamp to create a bamboo handbag that benefited areas that had been affected by the BP oil spills that had occurred. She has continued to excel and amaze the business world as a leader in the dating app scene.

Source: http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/2015/08/bumble-app-whitney-wolfe