Hinge Takeover >>> Tinder, Bumble Pof

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Yeah I get it. They just have so many other ways to make cake, nickel and diming makes the app unlikeable. You can like a lot on bumble and quite a few on tinder. Hinge is literally like 6
 
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Y'all still use pof? Okc? I used those back in the day. Should I hop back on or these apps trumping those now?
 

storm2006

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Hinge got really washed at limiting how many profiles you can like. I'm able to like like 6 accounts a day now. I'm not paying :lol:

All of the apps have like limits. That's wack sauce to me.
I mean it’s an easy way to make you pay for more likes. I understand it from a business perspective.
It’s annoying but I ended up going the subscription route. I’m not really a daily user (unless I’m messaging someone) so being able to get max swipes in one sitting is beneficial. Even with the premium, I am not sure it helps you from a visibility standpoint but I have found the “Spotlights” or whatever that Tinder/Bumble give you are actually useful in n terms of getting more views and subsequently likes. I also travel a lot for work so like I mentioned before, the passport feature is clutch in lining things up beforehand :smokin

This is probably the nerd/business side of me but I wish they provided analytics on your views, swipe right percentage, time spent on your profile, etc but I obviously see the harm in providing that information :lol:
 
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This is probably the nerd/business side of me but I wish they provided analytics on your views, swipe right percentage, time spent on your profile, etc but I obviously see the harm in providing that information :lol:
You can request data from most sites/apps. Bumble gives you a count of your incoming yes/no swipe and outgoing yes/no swipe and total match count. Copy of all the messages you've sent but not the full conversation

This guy posted his data from Hinge
 
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Bumble settling a lawsuit, interesting.

Settlement Information
The plaintiff, Kirilose Mansour (“Mansour”), filed a lawsuit in the Superior Court of California, County of Riverside, against Bumble Trading, Inc. (“Bumble”), called Kirilose Mansour v. Bumble Trading Inc., Case No. RIC1810011. Mansour claims that Bumble discriminated against male users of its dating app platform who identified as interested in women, through its practice of permitting only women to message first. The lawsuit alleges that differentiating the products and services offered between male users interested in women and other users violates state anti-discrimination laws and amounts to unlawful and unfair competition. Mansour filed the lawsuit on behalf of a class of male users interested in women, seeking damages, restitution and injunctive relief.


Bumble strongly denies any wrongdoing and denies that the practice is unlawful or discriminatory, but has agreed to settle the Lawsuit in order to avoid the burden and cost of further litigation.

 

storm2006

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Bumble recognizes me as the the type of guy I am which is intellectual, cool, successful, ambitious, going places in life, not bad looking, respectful, protective, strong when needed, sensitive when needed, expressive, self-confident, and can deal with adversity and come out on top anyway.

I hope they beat this case so I do not lose access another platform |l
 
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