Tinder is probably the biggest and most successful dating app on the market right now. The user base is huge which guarantees tons of matches but there's a lot of problems, one of which being the 'hookup only' culture that surrounds it.
That's why a lot of people have started to switch over to Bumble, which offers a lot of things that Tinder doesn't. It's basically the same concept but the women have to message the men first within 24hrs and the men have to answer back within 24hrs or the match disappears. It's trying to market itself as a feminist dating app, steering away from the hookup culture and into an actual dating dating app.
It's an interesting concept giving women the 'upper hand' in the dating game for once. But this app is definitely not all it's cracked up to be. The concept is great but is the app really worth it? You be the judge!