Youper App Review 2022: Pros & Cons, Cost, & Who It’s Right For
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Updated: March 11, 2022
Author: Caitlin Bell, M.A.
Reviewer: Kristen Fuller, MD
Primary Changes: Full reassessment of Youper App; New sections: “How Has Youper Changed”; Updated screenshots/images; Updated Cost; Added images and charts for pros/cons and discounts.