Yo. The simplest communication tool in the world.
You have a list of your best friends, you tap them, their phone shouts Yo.
It's that simple.
- Katie Yo’s Mike to let him know she’s thinking about him
- Matt Yo's his roommates to let them know he's got a friend staying over
- Jonny Yo's his Lunch Buddies group at 12:30pm when it's time to eat
- Mike Yo's bae to see if she's still awake
- Jenny Yo's a photo to her Family group when she needs no words to explain
- Danny Yo's his Mom when he forgets to call her
- Alex uses Yo to send his location to his girlfriend
- Peter gets Yo’s when his favorite soccer team scores a goal
So, how do you use Yo?
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Ratings and Reviews
i was backpacking one summer across the eastern seaboard with my chilean guide shaman mercellio angel de'postle and my northeastern hungarian mandog spottieottiedopealicious. while descending the peak of mt. reesuspeesus i stepped off the trail directly into a beartrap. mercellio angel de'postle tugged at the trap as hard as he could and spottieottiedopealicious was couragea enough to try and gnaw off my leg with his sharp mandog teeth. it was no use. as my vision started to fade from massive blood loss i remembered that i had downloaded Yo two years ago while drunk off of jet fuel mojitos in the everglades. with my last ounce of strength i sent a yo to the local search-and-rescue team, who popped out of various trap doors hidden in the trees to tend to my wounds. they were there the whole time in a hibernation state and could only be woken by the Yo of a true adventurer. Needless to say Yo saved my life, and it will save yours too.
I now live in a brick suburban home south of Green Bay with a beautiful wife named Sleighbell. Spottieottiedopealicious had to be put down last year when he lost his front paw to an Australian watermonkey. Mercellio angel de'postle has a thriving business guiding middle-aged housewives who are "looking for a change" through intense dmt trips. All thanks to Yo.
Yo just don’t know!
Picture it, Sicily, 1932. I was taking a walk with my over weight June Bug named Dynamite and the worst possible event ever happened to me. I slipped on a piece of ice that my neighbor Susanna with the new microwave with only a popcorn button that she got on sale from the one Savers that’s going out of business in 1933. So anyway, Susanna lost a shard of ice right out here window and perfect timing I guess, and I slip. I rolled for 20 minutes right down a path to destruction that really starts to help me make sense of why I am the way I am today. Dynamite never saw it coming and didn’t get a chance to switch his voice box on and tell me to look out. So as I lay there, with my delicate face in the mud of Mt. Vesuvius, I realize the only thing that could save me and my June bug is Yo! Now here I am today, all these years later. Alive and well. I still have the scars to prove that one day in Sicily along my pal June Bug in 1932 when I rolled far and wide thanks to Susanna with the new microwave with only a popcorn button that she got on sale from the one Savers that’s going out of business in 1933 and I just have to say thank you Yo. You changed my life forever!
Two years ago I was in the darkest time of my life. I was searching for a purpose in something, but nothing worked. Not school, not drugs, not my girlfriend; I even did alcohol, but that just left me feeling even more lonely. After that I thought I would branch out, so I got involved in a Jamaican dog fighting circle, but I soon learned that that was bad news. I was lost. But it was in this pit of despair that I discovered the thing that changed my life forever. I downloaded Yo. At first, I was a casual Yo'er, sending one to my mom every once in a while. But as time went on, Yo began to take on a deeper meaning. A Yo at 11 pm on a Friday night meant something completely different than a Yo at 9:30 on a Tuesday morning. It became something special, something meaningful. Yo transformed my life. It taught me what it meant to be a father, how to take out a bank loan, even how to talk to people without violently vomiting. I would not be the man I am today if it wasn't for Yo. Now to you out there, reading this review, thinking to yourself, "How could this stupid app ever be useful?" Give it a try. I beg of you, take a chance. You won't regret it.
God Bless Yo(u)
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.