5 Apps Every Bro Needs Right Now
Unless you have been living under a rock for the past year, you’ve probably heard of this anonymous bulletin board. Yik Yak operates within a 5-mile radius and allows anyone to anonymously post a tweet-sized message that can be commented on, upvoted, or downvoted by everyone nearby. The content is dominated by Bros and is always good for a nice chuckle.
Tinder is simply the best way to find loose women. Swipe right if you would bang her, and swipe left if you would laugh at your buddy for banging her. If you both like what you see, you can start chatting and “get to know each other”. Also nothing assures this app’s Bro-tential more than the “keep playing” option once you have a match.
Once you’ve got that girl on the hook, why not ask her to come meet up via Tag? This private location-sharing app is a Bro powerhouse allowing you to make an easy booty call or privately invite a group of friends to come meet up at a bar. This is a game-changer for fraternity rush chairs who need to send out invitations to a bunch of kids, but don’t want to get stuck in a group text or have to text them individually. Take a pic/video + choose your location + choose who to send it to (one person or a pre-made group) = they instantly have directions to your current location.
Ever get nervous that someone might be able to see some of that not so classy content you send out on email? GroupMe is the best app for staying connected with your Bro-mmunity, and there won’t be any more emails leaked through the university’s server. It’s better than group texts because you can temporarily mute notifications, browse through all the pics that have been sent out, and easily leave and join groups. The regular limit in a GroupMe is 50, but if you email support you can get it raised so you can have everyone you need on it. Warning: chaos and hilarity will ensue.
No one carries cash anymore, but you also don’t want to be that asshole that asks to split the check eleven ways. With Venmo you can easily pay your friends back for anything you owe them. Rent, beer, food, drugs, you name it. It’s free, it hooks up with your debit card or bank account, and you can cash out overnight.
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