Once you have mutually "liked" each other, a chat room opens for digital sweet nothings to be exchanged.But, there's one catch: These chat rooms come with an expiration date.
There, you can view other eligible bachelors and either claim them for yourself using "beans" (the in-app currency accumulated through various social media sharing or inviting friends to the app) or forward a match along to a friend who might be interested.
Your profile on Coffee Meets Bagel is also a little more extensive: They allow just 4 pictures of yourself, but you’re able to list everything from height, occupation, and education to your interests and what you’re looking for in a partner.
The relative newcomer on the block, Bumble provides a very different approach to the dating app phenomena: The girl is required to reach out first (gasp! This role reversal in comparison to other apps is an interesting one.
It’s set up more like a dating website where many options are presented and you can zero in based on interest, rather than using swipe technology (where a swipe left means you’ll never see them again).
Your profile can feature up to 6 pictures, along with your name, profession, education, and a map showing exactly where you crossed paths with a potential suitor.