If you make a mistake and swipe dislike when you mean to like then there is no way to change that without deleting and recreating your account.
There's also no way to sign up if you don't have a Facebook account; you can't edit the university/work details it takes from Facebook; the option to change your profile picture doesn't always work.
For same sex connections, or friendships, either person has to make a move within 24 hours before that connection disappears.
At the moment, I'm just not convinced that Bumble can do it.
After two people mutually opt in by swiping right, they're added to each other's 'hive' of connections.
If you've used Tinder then Bumble will seem very familiar; even if you haven't used a swiping dating app before it will only take seconds to pick up the idea.
As the app is new (it went live in the App Store at the start of December), there are limited matches in certain locations. While the user experience is smooth and overall the app works well, there are a few holes.