Tired of swiping right/left/up/down on your smartphone screen? Wouldn’t it be great to be able to browse in comfort on your desktop of laptop computer? In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to get set up with Bumble for PC.
Bumble Dating App
Bumble is a popular dating app that was released after Tinder exploded on scene. The idea was that Bumble would have an improved user experience, and make it a bit less of a meat market. In general though, it seems like everyone uses Bumble AND Tinder, along with several other dating apps in conjunction, to try and get access to as many possible matches out there.
Using Bumble on Windows or Mac (desktop and laptop)
Until Bumble is released for desktop, you are stuck using the app. However, this doesn’t mean you have to use your smartphone. There are a handful of ways to use a smartphone app on a desktop computer. We recommend that if you are unfamiliar with the options, that you start with the use of an emulator utility app.
An emulator is a piece of software you install on your desktop computer or laptop, which allows that machine to pretend to be compatible with a smartphone app like Bumble. There are several emulator options out there that are free and work very well, such as Bluestacks, LDPlayer, and Nox.
Here are the steps to use Bumble on your desktop with an emulator:
- Choose your emulator
- Download and install your emulator
- Inside the emulator, go to Google Play Store
- Download Bumble to your desktop computer
- Install Bumble
- Open up Bumble inside of your emulator interface
- Log in to your Bumble account as usual
And that is it, that’s all you need to do to get started with Bumble on PC.
Have you tried Bumble? I have tried the app and find it to be functional, though I suspect that many of the complaints people lodge with the app have less to do with the app and more with struggling to find a special someone ON the app.
What do you think of the app? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.