Be warned: Bumble keep you informed
Date in space safely with Bumble
Kathy Moran (The Philippine Star) - February 3, 2020 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — Bumble, the women-first social networking app with over 75 million users worldwide, is sharing valuable safety tips to help its community connect with confidence and security.

With more than a billion first moves made, Bumble continues to create an environment which fosters mutual respect among all users, where they feel safe to build new connections. Launched in the Philippines last year, Bumble is known for its proposition of requiring women to make the first move and message their matches first, encouraging equality from the start.

While creating the right a detailed profile and starting the conversation off on the right foot is a vital part of a rewarding online connection experience, of equal importance, is understanding what it means to stay safe as well. Since its launch in 2014, Bumble has made user safety their number one priority and has invested heavily in product features and resources to keep users protected. Here are a few of Bumble’s safety features designed to protect users while connecting in-app.

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Photo verification: Bumble is the only social networking app utilizing AI to photo verify users who they say they are, preventing catfishing. If you see the blue checkmark on someone’s profile you know they’ve gone through Bumble’s photo verification process.

24/7 moderation: Bumble leverages a network of thousands of moderators located around the world to support its community any time of day. Bumble has a zero-tolerance for bad behavior in the app and enforcing a code of conduct requires a robust team of moderators.

Voice and video calls: Want to get to know someone better before meeting IRL and don’t want to give up your phone number or email? Bumble now enables users to make voice and video calls in the app without sharing any personal information, like a phone number or email address.

Private detector: Another Bumble feature which leverages AI, Private Detector is able to capture, blur and alert users that they’ve been sent an unsolicited nude image. It’s the user’s choice to either delete, view or report the image.

Dowload Bumble in the App Store and Google Play.

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