That feature likely has to do with offering as many matches as possible while seeding the app to enough users for distance settings to make a difference.
But there is only one significant thing that separates Bumble from Tinder: On Bumble, girls hold all the power.
Within settings, you can see that discovery preferences are just like Tinder, with a slider for age and options to search men, women, or both.
Users have no control over distance (with matches being served closest to farthest away.
Girls must initiate the conversation with their matches, or else they disappear after 24 hours.
This week, the app went live in the App Store, giving us our first real look at how the product works.