Nigeria-based polling and analytics service, NOIPolls has announced the launch of its NOIPolls mobile app.

The app, according to the company, will provide users with NOIPolls data from mobile, on-the-go.

“The mobile app also creates an opportunity for interaction among users through the ‘community platform’,” the company said.

The app is available for download on AndroidiOS,  Blackberry and Windows.

NOIPolls is a public research and analytics service with operations across West Africa founded by Nigerian former VP of World Bank,  Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala with technical partnership from Gallup, the US-based performance-management consulting and polling company.

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