So you want to download apps to your smartphone, and want to try out some native apps, but can’t seem to think of any to download. Gone are the days when we’re shamefaced to say there are no made-in-Naija apps.
There’s no shortage of developers putting together codes to solve our everyday problems. With so many of them to make your head spin, it is impossible to use them all, even when you have enough RAM space on your device.
We’ve made it easy for you with this list of the absolute essentials when it comes to Nigerian apps.
Truppr is a social tool that helps sports lovers and fitness enthusiasts find teammates for their favorite sports in cities around the world.
Paga makes paying and getting paid easier. You can send money to friends, family and business associates, buy airtime and pay utility bills using your phone.
Jobs in Nigeria gives you access to the latest jobs and vacancies in Africa. Jobs In Nigeria is said to be Africa’s first social job search app providing up-to-the-minute job opportunities around Nigeria.
Okada Books is Nigeria’s version of the Kindle reader. Most books are free, while the rest cost less than a dollar. There are various payment options. You can buy epub format books by: using the Etisalat recharge card, making a deposit to the provided bank accounts, instant transfer using Paga, as well as via Paypal.
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