(I happen to be a big fan, as I met my boyfriend on it.) A few months ago, the app launched Bumble BFF, so those of us looking for a BFF, or maybe just some friends, can go on and find some. Last year, I relocated for family reasons, leaving most of my friends back in L. When you’re at a certain dog park, you can check in so all your new app friends now and you can have a play date, of sorts.
Just like when you’re in dating mode on the app, you “match” with potential friends based on their profiles. Or, you can private message and have a one-on-one doggie date.
self-sufficient and active, and would love to meet someone with whom to share my interests and activities. I am not looking for a one- night stand but rather something ongoing. Not looking for any commitment or strings attached!! If your are married, single or in a relationship that’s fine with me.
An FWB kind of relationship is probably what I am looking for. Don’t want to be your Mom or check up on you all...
You can even join an app for your dog to meet up with other dogs (via Meet My Dog). ) Whatever your friend needs may be, there’s probably an app for you, waiting for you to download it. It reminds me a lot of Meetup groups, only way smaller ones that you hand-select.
With over 40 sporting activities to choose from, like tennis, volleyball, and cycling, you'll find at least one you’ll like. Creating a profile’s simple, too, filling in info such as your workplace and sports club affiliations.
Then, just start looking for like-minded sports aficionados based on their interest(s), location, and skill level.
Once you match with another squad, you have 24 hours to message and make plans.
Oh, and instead of a bio, you describe yourself via three emojis (and you can still write a bio if you so choose) — which is awesome and so 2016.
Bumble itself has approximately three million users, and when the BFF app launched, there were one million swipes in the first week (! Like other location-based apps, you can also see which dogs are nearby.