Bumble - Dating & Meet People
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|Developer||Bumble Holding Limited|
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Fortune Jackson - 2021-02-25 16:51:33
When online dating turns into pachinko.
Bumble reminds me of an experience I had at the Ginza shopping center in Tokyo. I remember accidentally walking into a casino that I thought was an arcade. The room was filled wall to wall with pachinko machines. At the time I thought “ Well why not give it a try? It can’t be any more complicated than a slot machine”. I soon realized after fifteen minutes that I had no indicator that could help me understand if I was making progress. The machine wasn’t giving out any tutorial in English and other than the fact that it was bright and noisy I had no way of indicating whether or not I was doing well. That’s Bumble in a nutshell: It’s a gambling machine that spouts out words in a language you can’t understand. All you can do is either walk away or continue to recklessly throw money into the machine like a collection plate that keeps coming to your isle at a Sunday church service that’s ran far longer than it should. The “Spotlight” system utilized by this sight fills like a nasty cash grab set up to constantly keep users hooked, while giving off the false notion that it’ll work as a quicker means of finding a match. I know that the Bumble was designed mainly to put women back in control of the online dating circuit. You can see this being a priority through the use of the whole ‘women make the first move’ indicator. So this feature, combined with the fact that most of its female users are thirty and older means that the site aims to help women who fall within this demographic. Right? Well problem with that lies deep in the statistical data. Basically, you’ve got the males making up 72.9% of the users on the site while the rest ( without including trans, non binary, or other) make up females. A considerable amount of the female user state having a longing for monogamy, marriage, and even children. All of those things fall greatly in contrast to the objective of the male users seeking one night stands with no strings attached. So in the end your left with two conflicting ideologies, with one outnumbering the other so greatly that it leaves most outcomes unsuccessful. In a lot of ways Bumble feels similar to the roll out of the roll out of Theranos: It’s basically like the latest start up tech company promising the breakthrough of the century. You later discover, however that all the hype couldn’t account for all the letdown and utter disappointment that proceeded all smoke and mirror antics that served as fuel to generate the hustle.
caddy6062 - 2021-02-25 12:10:03
I use this app and Tinder. I have almost the exact same photos, bio, etc on both apps and I regularly get matches on tinder however after nearly a month of use and multiple hundreds of swipes I have gotten zero matches. I only got one match the first day I downloaded the app and they unmatched after 5 minutes without messaging. I don’t have premium and I have a sneaking suspicion they shadow ban you for trying to use the free version of the app. I’ve finally taken to swiping right on everyone as a last ditch effort just to see what happens and still no matches. Definitely don’t recommend this app and suggest using the other dating apps available
chrisfrombrooklynhunter - 2021-02-25 04:00:10
Has a bunch of fake profiles. And they have the nerve to have a blue verified check. I dont know how they even have over 800,000 people rating this app and getting mostly good reviews. I see nothing but fake profiles but yet the app has good reviews. I know bots run this bogus app.