So, if there are red flags that you can identify ahead of time through messaging in other apps, you won't get that here.Still, the concept is an interesting one and a nice change from the exhausting back-and-forth of arranging a date.You can also specify ahead of time who will pay or whether you will split the date.
Note: If you are a Bumble user, make sure you're swiping in the right mode.
There's the traditional Bumble, but also Bumble BFF, for making new friends, and Bumble Bizz, for networking.
Then, you'll see other users who also visited that spot.
It's an easy conversation starter (hey, which pastries do you usually get at Ceci Cela?
However, beyond some gaming icons that people can use to express themselves there doesn't seem to be anything that makes this app specifically for "geeks", beyond the fact that it calls itself the "dating app for geeks."Nevertheless, it helps weed out ghosting by requiring users to respond to matches who message and want to meet you.
Plus, an embedded tool for picking a local meet-up spot makes it easier to plan an in person rendezvous.
If the 24-hour mark is approaching without a message, matches can request another 24 hours.
It's definitely an ego boost thinking, rom-coms around here, so it's nice to envision the tables turned.)Another fun Bumble feature is backtracking.
), but few people on the app actually started or responded to conversations, which was frustrating.
Plus, there weren't very many users for each location.
The app's latest update includes a new "Lookalikes" section where you can narrow down the profiles you see based on which users share a celeb doppelgänger.