Looking to find a strategy to use Coffee Meets Bagel for PC? In this short tutorial, we’ll show you how you can start using this popular dating app on your Windows or Mac desktop or laptop.
Coffee Meets Bagel App Review
Coffee Meets Bagel (aka CMB) is an app which focuses on delivering curated matches at noon every day. Instead of spending all your time browsing profiles of people who you probably won’t connect with, CMB aims to skip that part and put you in contact with people who you might have a chance of sparking a relationship with.
The goal of Coffee Meets Bagel is to help people have meaningful conversations (in a more casual manner) without the pressure to move the relationship forward into something physical.
The service is a great idea, and the app seems to be doing well overall, as the company is now valued at millions of dollars and the app has been downloaded millions of times. The rating could be higher (only a 4.1 out of 5 stars in Google Play Store), but a 4.1 is still pretty decent. Some users complain about struggling with the app at times, occasion very buggy (and non-functional) for some users, but overall people seem to have a good experience with it.
How to Use Coffee Meets Bagel on desktop?
Until CMB introduces a desktop/browser version, the simplest (and cheapest) way to use Coffee Meets Bagel on a desktop computer is through the use of an Android Emulator.
With an Android Emulator, your desktop computer can overcome the incompatibility issues posed by running a smartphone app on a desktop computer with a different operating system.
Here are the steps to start using CMB on your desktop with an emulator:
- Choose your emulator. There are a lot of high quality options, though we generally recommend Bluestacks and LDPlayer for beginners.
- Download and install your emulator on your desktop computer
- Open the emulator and navigate to where you want to download Coffee Meets Bagel
- Open CMB inside the emulator
- Use the app as you normally would
And that’s it!
Coffee Meets Bagel is a nice alternative to Tinder. Have you tried the app? Let us know about your experience in the comments.