Over the course of senior week, most of our texts revolved around the following question:
"You still out?"
When it comes to messaging, there’s no way to tell if your contacts are awake or not.
Which is why we downloaded Who Up (Itunes Link), the first late-night messaging app built by Saarim Zaman (’16), Zack Kantor (’15) and Tai Dupree (’15). Available for the iPhone, Who Up works from 9pm-6am, perfect for finding out who is still awake and on their phones.
Here’s how it works:
First, you have to check in. This happens after 9pm, so your friends can see that you’re active.
There are no user profiles, so you won’t be added by creeps.
From there, you send messages:
At the moment, the app is still in public beta, with more features being added. Check it out here.