Bumble Spotlight makes you the center of attention for 30 minutes

Bumble launched a new feature today called Spotlight that brings a user’s profile to the top of people’s swipe page for 30 minutes. Users have to pay two Bumble Coins — or $1.99 — to access the feature, and Spotlight doesn’t call these users out in-app, so no other user knows why someone is at the top of their profile card stack, not that they normally would anyway. This feature hits on one insecurity of dating app users: whether they’re actually being seen, or just not getting matches because of... themselves. Dating apps often try to rank users based off proprietary algorithms, so Hinge, for example, looks at users’ swipe history and tries to offer up users that are similar to others that they’ve already liked. OkCupid looks at... Continue reading…

Bumble Spotlight makes you the center of attention for 30 minutes

If you're still looking for a date before Valentine's Day, Bumble may be able to help. The company announced a new feature called Spotlight that puts you front and center ...

Mon 11 Feb 19 from Engadget

Bumble launches Spotlight, its own version of Tinder’s Boost

Bumble, currently Tinder’s biggest rival in the dating app market, today launched its own version of Tinder’s “Boost” feature. On Bumble, it’s being called “Spotlight” ...

Mon 11 Feb 19 from TechCrunch

Bumble will let you pay your way to the top of the love pile

Spotlight will put your profile front and center, for a price. If you have a penchant for rich people or are really worried that no one on Bumble is seeing your beguiling profile (why else wouldn’t ...

Tue 12 Feb 19 from Fastcompany Tech

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