What is Bumble?
Bumble is a social media service used for friendship, dating and online networking. It differs from other mainstream dating and friendship apps by allowing women to make the first move to initiate a relationship. When members of the opposite sex are matched on bumble by mutually swiping right, only the women is able to make a connection. In same sex relationships, either person is encouraged to make the first move. Once the first move is made, the other person has 24 hours to respond, or the connection expires.
How do people use Bumble?
Lean more about the benefits and risks associated with how people use dating services like Bumble.
How can you report online abuse or block someone?
- Report or block someone
How to report abusive behaviour to Bumble or block another user.
- Report a fake profile
Report impersonation or a fake profile.
How can you protect your personal information?
- How verification works on Bumble
Bumble asks you to upload a photo to verify your identity.
- Job and school information
Information about how to limit the personal information included on your profile.
- Location services on Android
Enable or disable location services on an Android device.
- Location services for iPhones
Enable or disable location services on an iPhone.
- Switch between Date, BFF and Bizz mode
Switch between different modes in Bumble.
- Control information shared by Facebook with Bumble
To use Bumble, you can log in with a Facebook account. Adjust your Facebook settings to control what information is shared with Bumble.
- Control Bumble login with Instagram
To use Bumble, you can log in with an Instagram account. Learn how to revoke this access in Instagram.