Launched only a few weeks ago to the attention of middle school, high school and college students, it temporarily rose to the top of downloads from the Apple Store.
Meet your future comrades before the start of the school year? It is now possible with Yelly, this recent French application. Straddling Facebook and LinkedIn, it is aimed at young people, between 13 and 25 years old. College, high school or student, the platform helps eradicate the stress of back to school and “build your future»By talking to people of his age.
Originally, three co-founders, Samuel Chekroun, Pierre Tribondeau and Camille Zirah, all 27 years old. These entrepreneurial profiles built different projects during their studies in business school, before coming together behind Yelly.
“This is a network for students where they are offered to be something other than Snapchat or Instagram users, with a benevolent and secure space”
Samuel Chekroun, CEO of Yelly
On June 20, a web platform was created, before being transformed on August 13 into a smartphone application, more practical for its users. For a few days, it rose to the top of the ranking of free applications on the App Store, ahead of WhatsApp, TikTok or Instagram. Today, Yelly records “several thousand downloads
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