IMPACT - Amelia Brookes from Impact Magazine shares her experiences of using Bumble BFF. Bumble BFF asks users to write a bio, put a little information about themselves, answer one or two questions and talk about demographics they are in (religion, drinking and smoking preferences, etc). Then they start swiping - right for yes I would like to be your friend, left for you're probably great, it's just that I don't think we have enough in common. There aren't half as many people on BFF as they are on Bumble. There seems to be a 90/10 women to men split, with mostly women showing up looking to make friends. One thing Amelia noticed was that it can be quite difficult to find friendship matches, and they can take days to reply. The problem with friendship apps is that they aren't as well-known or widely advertised on the market.