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The app lets you know when a match is about to expire, presumably so you can rush in and send that person a message before they slip through your fingers and disappear forever.You can turn off the notifications, though, as I discovered a couple days in.

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Minutes into my Bumble experience, I quickly realized I'd have to start talking to the guys I matched with, otherwise things wouldn't go anywhere. Of course, the more messages you send, the more you'll receive, but nearly everyone I've sent a message to has responded quickly. But two of my friends and I have gone on a collective 13 dates in the past month courtesy of Bumble, so something about the app seems to be working.

So despite being intimidated, I sent a few messages, and based on my experiences on Tinder — where I'd get messages from guys and rarely respond — I assumed the same thing would happen to me. Turns out guys like Bumble because they like not having the pressure of initiating a conversation.

Dating apps, for their part, have tried combating this in a number of ways.

JSwipe puts a timer on how long you have to start talking to a match. Coffee Meets Bagel gives you and your match an opening question to break the ice. Bumble was co-founded by Whitney Wolfe, the ousted Tinder cofounder.

If you mess up and accidentally swipe left when you mean to swipe right — swipe right meaning that you're interested in someone — you can shake your phone to undo it.

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