Capital Y; lower case O.
It's a new messaging app with a twist, I guess you could say. You can text somebody else with the Yo app. But all you can say is...Yo.
Here's the yo-crazy part: The guy who built it has moved from Israel to San Francisco. He's opened an office and hired staff. He's looking for "strategic partners."
And he's raised a million dollars from investors.
C'mon...tell me we're not in a tech bubble.
I dare you.
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