Who's Up



    Who's Up's review

    Published: 2018-02-01, by .

    Find people to participate in your own events and even split costs with them

    • Modern and useful design
    • Find new experiences and events
    • It helps you splitting the costs of the activities
    • The variety of events depends on its users

    "Don't miss a plan!"


    The Who's Up app is a social network for people who want to live all kinds of group experiences. Plan a football match, a trip to the mountains or a museum tour and find people to join you. The app works like this: you come up with a plan, fix a cost if needed and Who's Up app reaches other users that may be interested in joining your event.

    The app is designed to assist all the event planning process and make everything simple. The interface is good-looking and easy to navigate. It can import your contacts from Facebook, and others. Furthermore, Who's Up also works as a nearby agenda so you don't miss any of the events that are happening where you are.


    Modern app and easy to function. All the events are marked on the map so you know where they are happening. In case you are wanting to create your own event, it could also help you find the best date to fit every schedule. You can also search for events by date to plan weekend activities. It allows you to make plans with people that share the same interests as you whether they are friends, colleagues or strangers. It could be a good way to experience more and meet new people or even build new relationships outside your group of friends. In addition, you can propose to split costs so money doesn't stop you to do what you like.


    A lot of potential but users are the core of the app so the more active the community, the more options it will bring. This could be a handicap if there are no users near your area.

    Christian M

    by Christian M

    Feb 01, 2018


    Who's Up helps you find time to play sports or hang out with friends and colleagues:

    - Easier way to organize events and split the cost
    - Find out what others want to do
    - Build interest first before any organizing needs to happen
    - Reach out to wider network of friends

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