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A social media platform is available for both Apple and Android smartphones against censorship and a closed mind.
FREMONT, CA: The social media landscape has opened up yet again with another app and website. YoReSpot is a new app developed around two concepts – unity and community. Unlike various social media services, YoReSpot is against censorship, negativity, and a closed mind. Even those with conflicting views have the chance to come, have a voice, and leverage it without fear of repercussion.
YoReSpot is independent and is hosted on a safe and private server. This means there is no third-party interference with the app, website, or users. The system also enables video calling, live streaming, pages, blogs, groups, a marketplace, and videos. There is no charge to sign up, and doing so takes a few seconds only. Giving back to the members is something that YoReSpot is proud of. The company wants to make sure that its members know it is all about supporting each other as a community.
Several would see this as empty words from a new social media platform trying to get traction against established giants. Irlbeck has so far proven to various this is not the case and will continue to do so as YoReSpot continues to evolve and thrive. Recently, as part of the app’s official release, Irlbeck held a raffle for his family car. The proceeds went to aid the Bayard Public Library in Irlbeck’s hometown. Colton Truitt of Ankeny, Iowa, bagged the 2006 Chevy Uplander. Amanda Cole of Carroll, Iowa, secured the $1,000.00 prize.
Irlbeck and his family are set out in their RV. They are planning to travel and help users of YoReSpot in any way they can. Their objective is to share the platform with as many people as possible and aid as many as possible along the way. Their primary stop is Marion, Iowa, home of Adrian Hicks. The Irlbeck’s plan on supporting Hicks with roofing his home before moving onto the next person and YoReSpotter in requirement.