"Some of our color choices and [user experiences] really felt like they were getting in the way of [users] being able to focus on other users," app co-founder Dawoon Kang told CNET.
Along with a minimalist aesthetic, the app lets users comment on specific parts of a profile, like a photo or bio, instead of just liking it.
Coffee Meets Bagel also removed the ability to give users a "bagel." The action was the app's way of letting another user set you up with someone. Users who gave others "bagels," got extra possible matches for themselves.
Coffee Meets Bagel offers users one suggested possible profile, or a bagel, to match with per day. Tapping Discover shows other profiles that are outside of your preferences. The app's currency -- coffee beans -- let users access more features.
With enough beans, you can view a suggested match's activity report. The activity report can tell you how often the person sends the first message, when they're active, how fast they'll write back, and how much they chat with other matches.
And if you're ready to chat with someone but are nervous, Coffee Meets Bagel offers conversation starters.
The company decided to give its app a makeover following a consumer survey results from earlier this year.
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