Fox 17 West Michigan
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- Initial social interactions can be awkward, but two brothers from Grand Rapids say they have an app for that.
The Central Trend
“Yote is sort of like a virtual billboard that you can carry around with you,” explained Grand Rapids native and Yote co-founder Tony Warner.
The founders of Grand Rapids social app Yote share details on projects including artificial intelligence pairing, an opening cafe lounge, and more.