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This article was published on December 5, 2014


Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul just dropped his own Yo app spinoff

Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul just dropped his own Yo app spinoff
Natt Garun
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If you’re a fan of Breaking Bad’s Jesse Pinkman and his foul-mouthed love for the words “Yo” and “Bitch,” you’re gonna dig actor Aaron Paul’s new messaging app.

The actor announced the launch of YB (short for, well, you know) today via Twitter. It’s exactly the same idea as the multimillion-dollar, single-purpose app Yo, except your selection of greetings are much more colorful. The phrases are also voiced by Paul himself, with in-app purchases available for extra lines.

yo bitch app

According to the app’s description, you can also “unlock extra phrases to send,” and “participate in contests with Aaron to win phrase packs.” YB is currently iOS-only, with an Android version coming in early 2015, tweeted the actor. Yeah, bitches!

YB [via @aaronpaul_8]