The company, which is focused on empowering women, will trade on the Nasdaq under ticker BMBL.
Cramer said the stock is a buy at its debut as it has built a business of providing a safe place for dating. "It’s a gentle entrant into a business that is essentially an app," Cramer said.
But what about Bumble versus Match?
"In the end, Cramer said both companies are poised to profit as the economy recovers. If you're a growth investor, Bumble is clearly the stock for you. More cautious investors should also do well buying into Match," wrote TheStreet's Scott Rutt in his Mad Money recap.
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