Messaging App Yes/No Launches on iOS, Android

The app allows users to send short messages to friends and followers, which can be answered with 'yes' or 'no' responses.

Messaging app Yes/No has launched on iOS and Android devices, with the goal of eliminating wasted time during text message conversations, when the only required response is either a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer.

The app allows users to ask questions limited to 42 characters, which also support an attached image. Users have the option to reply with either ‘yes’ or ‘no,’ with non-app users also supported (answers can be sent via traditional text message). While the app can be used for one-on-one questions, it was also designed for group communication, when a response is required from multiple people in a timely fashion.

Each question expires after 24 hours, prompting users to quickly respond. In addition to sending questions to direct contacts, users can search for and follow others based on username. From there, any posted question can be sent to manually chosen contacts, or to the user’s followers.

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Vine star Logan Paul is an owner and partner in Yes/No, and is working with the development team on creating additional social features aimed at Millennials.

In a statement, Yes/No co-founder and CEO, Joe Grano, commented:

Yes/No forces you to make up your mind, and thereby eliminates mindless back and forth. Yes/No Messenger is the most fun, efficient and practical messaging service that will change the way people communicate with each other.

Yes/No is available to download for free on the iTunes App Store and Google Play. The app is also compatible with Apple Watch, allowing users to view and answer questions on the device.