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The recently concluded Mobile West Africa 2015 App Developer Competition that held simultaneously with Mobile West Africa main event, saw the Ghana-based Suba app emerge as winner among five other developer-teams.

The Suba app is an event-based iOS and Android app that allows users share a collection of photographs taken from fun-hangouts and gatherings, all on its central photo-stream. It allows users view picture uploads without being on people’s friend lists.

Suba app was developed by Nelson Klutse and Eric Hackman, and was incubated at Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) in Accra, Ghana.

Other finalists were; whizapp an android app that trains the brain on mental calculations, budgeting and monitoring application, Taja, MOBicure, and Genii Games’ Asa an app that ignite the interest of African culture and languages in children.

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