Nigeria has an ever-growing developer community that has produced a lot of exciting apps. Unfortunately, while these apps are quite interesting to use and can make life easier for us, they never really make it to our devices due to poor marketing. While the more popular apps are made outside our shores, the apps listed below are ones we can easily relate to because they are made by Nigerians for Nigerians.
Check out the list of apps for Nigerians below.
Every Nigerian should have a working knowledge of the Nigerian Constitution. This app, created by Pledge51, helps accomplish that by providing an easily accessible version of the document for mobile phones. A good knowledge of the constitution as a Nigerian will help you know your responsibilities as a citizen as well as the State’s responsibilities to you.
According to CowryWise Fintech Limited, “CowryWise is an online savings and investment app that helps you save and invest money easily.” It makes saving money regularly easier by helping in automating the process. Interests accrued to savings on the app are usually higher than interest from a bank savings account.
This is a mobile version of the classic Nigerian Whot game many of us play with family and friends. With over 1,000,000 downloads from the Play Store, it’s clearly an app that many find interesting. You can play the game on the go, alone or with others.
If you’re interested in books as a reader and/or writer, this app created by Okadabooks leads the digital books space in Nigeria. The beautiful app has thousands of free and paid books by Nigerian and foreign writers in its catalogue. As an author, you can also publish your books to over 200,000 users as free or paid content.
It’s likely that you or someone you know is looking for a job. This app created by Screammie Technologies provides a compilation of job vacancies posted on Nigeria’s job search websites like Jobberman, Hot Nigerian Jobs, Naijahotjobs, Jobemy, Naij Jobs, and so on. It also removes duplicate jobs posted on multiple platforms making it easy to find job vacancies.
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