The success of Bumble and Bumble BFF Apps proves that people are too busy to meet physically. Whitney Wolfe noticed a gap in the socialization strategy in the world. On her part, she felt too busy to go to parties, clubs, and bars to meet friends. There was simply no time.
The genius in her made her realize that the phone had become man’s best friend. It was, therefore, genius to start a dating app using the very gadget that had becomes man’s friend. Immediately, she and some other people came up with Tinder, which was the first dating App ever. However, she later left Tinder the union and went independent, launching Bumble, which had tremendous success in America.
Whitney Wolfe then realized that people not only used the Bumble App to date but also to make friends. She then realized that she was too busy to meet up female friends and was beginning to be lonely. Immediately, she birthed the idea of Bumble BFF, which is an app that helps women socialize among themselves. Bumble BFF has gained much acceptance as women make new friends and form new circles that they can trust. Notably, the office divas do not meet the needs of a friend and neither do the mean girls. One then gets the opportunity to become friends with real genuine people whom they can trust using Bumble BFF.
One downloads the Bumble App and then proceeds to choose the Bumble BFF module. They then connect with Facebook and offer short descriptions of who they are and the kinds of friend they want. The App then offers suggestions and one is able to make the right friend
Wolfe is among the few women who have made it to the top 30 under 30. She is destined for greatness and she has no time to waste on other things other than her purpose. No wonder she has no time to physically date or meet friends; Whitney Wolfe is simply focused.