YOLO is the most fun and spontaneous way to get honest and genuine messages from your friends.
1. Custom your Sticker. Be creative!
2. Share it to your Snapchat friends.
3. Reply to their messages in your Story.
YOLO is for positive feedback only. Be kind, respectful, show compassion with other users otherwise you will be banned. Please, be mindful of what you send.
How to use YOLO and a brief demo of the app. Available on iPhone only (no Android version yet, sorry!), Yolo allows Snapchat and Bitmoji users to send ...
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Ik I'm android user
Im wondering why my friends can't see the messages i reply they told me they didnt get my reply cuz I told them it was me any solution to thus problem??
This app is good follow my Snap n1co_bo55 thx
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It’s so amazing !!
Love the app think it’s a great way of showing what you feel but I think you need to have a way to reveal names if needed to especially if things are said to do with bullying.
If you want to reveal usernames on yolo just use * yolo spy. club * its the newest method atm ;-)
I use this all the time, and so do my friends, but their should be a feature where you can see who’s sending you a certain message. I get told stuff like date me and I want to know who is, and I know that sort of defeats the purpose of yolo, but still. Other than that, great app!!
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Maybe it just my phone but app keeps glitching and makes my snap weird. I might just be me phone but even tho it sucks. The app design sucks and makes no sense. U should be able to comment on other people yolo by searching up there user or smth on the app. And again might just be my phone but won’t let me comment of other peoples it says would u like to go to yolo to comment and I press yes but then it’s like no sorry u can’t do that.
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Yolo is a fun app, but if people don’t say anything on it then.... it’s not so much fun! If yolo could let us use it in other apps that aren’t just snap chat then that would be cool! Yolo isn’t a bully free app, maybe if it blocked un nice or rude things that would be better. They give you the option to block it, but that doesn’t change the fact that you already saw it. Over all yolo should make some changes but it still can be a fun app, when used properly. — Violet L.
It is a good way to bond
This app is a fun app to use on snap but none of mine load because many people told me they sent something and it didn’t pop up on my phone
M Jay Smash
The app YOLO I find a very easy way for people to get other people down. Since it is anonymously sent people can send anything without their cover being blown. I personally don’t get any mean comments but I have seen lots of other people have. Cyber bullying is a very popular way of making people ashamed of themselves. But other than that you can get some really nice comments. If you do happen to get something nasty, it will stay on the top of your mind for a really long time. I just don’t exactly agree on the fact it’s sent anonymously... to anyone who gets anything mean just remember you’re perfect and those people being mean are just a waste of time. Love yourself before you hate yourself ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Every time I try to use the app it tells me something went wrong and will not allow me to use it. I updated it to the latest version and still no luck. Very disappointed
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Chuck Norris' family crest is a picture of a baracudda eating Queen Elizabeth.
How the hell do I put a sticker on a video that I have saved in my camera roll?
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App is good for snapchat as be different event so that I like it and also my snapchat account is @byeldemez11 add me and let’s streak 🌸🕊
Does your username show that it’s from you ?
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