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#28: Hotter on Bumble, Part 1

Bumble is held up as Silicon Valley's gift to single women. Finally, a dating app made with us in mind. But after you download the app and start swiping, does it live up to the reputation?

In this episode, you heard clips from all our focus group episodes (#1, #13#26),  and our episode about The Bachelor (#23).

Valerie Woolard is a developer with Megaphone, the technology side of Panoply. She tweets: @valeriecodes

Satnam Narang works at Symantec, and has been following spam and bots on Tinder since 2013. He tweets: @satnam

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