Bumble App not only helped people to connect in romantic relationships but also in their normal relationships. That was not the vision of the App founder, Whitney Wolfe, as she intended for people to just date via the App. However, upon the realization that people were willing to do more with the app, she came up with a brilliant idea: Bumble BFF. The above was an extension of Bumble that would help women interact more closely with each other. It would help them escape the loneliness that comes with being single for a long time given that woman nowadays gets married in her mid or late thirties.
Moreover, Whitney Wolfe realized that the woman is sometimes surrounded by mean girls who gossip and offend her. In the times that these are not her circle; she is surrounded by office divas, whose only concern is career. Attaining real and genuine relationships would be made possible by Bumble BFF.
You install Bumble BFF by downloading the Bumble App on your phone. The next step is connecting with Facebook so that your personal information can be saved in your profile. Please note that your privacy is guaranteed as your Facebook contacts do not get notified on your new subscription. You then have a chance to describe yourself and your interests in a short paragraph. Additionally, you are allowed to choose the kind of friends that you want to make on Bumble.
Whitney Wolfe has one purpose in life: to empower the woman. Previously, the woman waited for people to pick her for relationships, but the App helps the woman make the first initiative in determining her circles. Whitney Wolfe has been named as top 30 under 30 in Forbes and also in the Business Insider. She is also classified as a top innovator.
Learn more about Whitney Wolfe: http://www.gcreport.com/bumble-bff-whitney-wolfe-want-best-friend/