The combination of hardware and software developments in recent years have allowed the Internet to mature into a multi media platform where people can literally go into a virtual world that provides them with almost the same capabilities that they have in real life. Aspects of the Internet such as social media have made the Internet a place where family and friends go to keep in touch on a regular basis.
People can communicate in ways that were thought impossible a generation ago using the Internet. Also, other technology has been developed that works in conjunction with the Internet or uses some of its capabilities to provide people with new ways of communicating and completing tasks. One of these are apps. Commonly used on smartphones, apps provide people with many different ways to do a large scope of activities.
One of the areas where apps have become frequently used is in the area of dating. There are numerous date apps on the market that give people options regarding dating that they did not have in prior generations. With date apps, people can get the opportunity to meet people based on specific desires or needs. Whitney Wolfe who is the founder of the Bumble date app has made a huge impact on dating technology over the past decade. She has help to bring two date apps to the market.
The Bumble date app is Whitney Wolfe’s most sensational app that she has presented to the public. The Bumble date app gives people many advantageous concerning the dating scene. With the Bumble date app, people are able to use the features of the app to design a personality trait that sets a defined scope of traits that people are interested in finding in other people. With a set of personality traits set using the dating app, people are provided with a list of people that meet these traits.
At this point, people just contact the people they are interested in meeting and moving forward getting to know. However, Whitney Wolfe made the Bumble date app more concise and quicker in providing the list. Whitney Wolfe realizes that in society today people want things fast.
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