Why can’t I start a conversation with somebody I’ve swiped right on?

Bumble is a very viable alternative to Tinder. It uses many of the same principles because it was designed by a former Tinder employee, but it goes one better. You still do the swipes, you still have profile cards and you still have the social anxiety that dating apps bring but only women can initiate conversation. It is this difference that makes Bumble different and better in many ways.

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Why can’t I start a conversation with somebody I’ve swiped right on?

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Does Bumble notify the other user when you swipe right?

The premise of Bumble is much the same as Tinder. You have your profile cards and you swipe left or right depending on your tastes. You swipe left to skip and right to match. There is also a tick icon you can use to like someone or across to skip them.

You both get a notification when a match occurs. If you’re male and a user of free Bumble, you will receive a notification and a blurred out of the person who matched you. If you’re a subscriber, you will see the profile of the person but can do nothing else.

If you’re female, you have the same experience above but have the option to begin a chat.

How do you know when you match in Bumble?

When you both swipe right, you will see a Boom! on the screen. Males will see the notification of a match but will not be able to do anything more. Female users will see the same screen but will also get the option to either Go To The Chat or Go Back to Bumble.

Females with matches get 24 hours to initiate a conversation before it expires so even if you match, you may not hear anything for a day, or at all.

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