Aaron Paul’s ‘Yo B*tch!’ messaging app will launch on Android early next year



Most people know of Aaron Paul thanks to his captivating role on television’s Breaking Bad. The now iconic character — Jesse Pinkman — could be found screaming the catchphrase “Yo, b*tch!” in various episodes. It was his schtick and nobody did it quite like him. Because messaging apps are the hottest trend in mobile, Aaron Paul is teaming up with Maximilian & Co., an LA-based design company, to launch an app called just that: Yo, B*tch. Well, it’s listed as YB in app stores to keep from stepping on toes.

Yo Btch YB app

If you’re familiar with Yo, YB acts in much the same way. You can’t actually type out messages to anyone, instead you send various phrases ending with the word “b*tch” — all spoken out in Aaron Paul’s voice. Via in-app purchases, users can unlock even more phrases like the 99 cent Socrates pack which houses “HOW, B*TCH” or “YOU SERIOUS, B*TCH!” We’ve done it, folks. We’ve reached the pinnacle of 21st century communication.


Really, the app is supposed to be fun and that fact that there’s no entry fee means soon you could be receiving curse words from your 7 year old niece. Although it’s only available now for iOS, Aaron Paul did mention that an Android version is due out early next year. We’ll keep an eye out for ya.

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. I love Breaking Bad, but this just looks incredibly tacky.

  2. I’d rather have a Saul messenger app

    1. I’d rather have “Yo” and this app cease to exist. Most useless thing ever.

  3. Just what the world needs, more crappy messaging apps. Its seems like a new one pops up every day

    1. Lost.

  4. Hahaha I thought I would hate this but this is actually pretty funny

  5. ridiculous

  6. Omg this is so stupid I need it!!!

  7. Just what the world needs, more things promoting that word, sad. When did that word become okay to use in everyday speech? I’m 43, that word to me is used to describe a female dog (which I HATE, dogs deserve better than crappy words like that) or a SERIOUS put down for a woman, something that is NOT to be used lightly.

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