Tap the speech bubble in the top right corner and, if you've liked someone who also likes you, you have 24 hours to start up a conversation before the connection expires.
By now everyone's heard of Tinder (if you haven't, check out our What is Tinder FAQ).
The swipe-based dating app has taken the singles market by storm, but it now has some competition.
Bumble is the new Tinder, and here we explain exactly what is Bumble and how Bumble works. Bumble, like Tinder, is a dating app that matches couples based on physical attraction.
Upon opening the app you're met with a series of photos of potential suitors, and you simply swipe to the left if you're not interested, and to the right if you are.
Even then, he can do so with only one match per day.
The exception to this rule is with same-sex couples (you can change your preferences in the settings) and people with whom you are Facebook friends (Bumble requires you to log in via Facebook).Bumble hopes that by allowing women to make the first move it will reduce the number of creepy and cheesy pick-up lines used in conversations.(The developers have obviously never met any creepy, cheesy women, of which there are plenty.) Joining Bumble is easy, but for now it's available only for i OS, and on i Pads and i Phones running i OS 8 or later.You can download the free Bumble app from the App Store here.Optimised for i Phone, the app looks a little odd on the i Pad at 2x magnification, but it works just fine.Once installed, launch the app and sign in with your Facebook account details.