Hey guys… Today i’ll be talking on the “Five Apps Nigerians can’t do without”…. I hope you enjoy this article.
Nigerians have been known to follow technology trends all around the world and one of these trends is sticking to some important applications that they can’t do without. I was reading some comments on Quora a while ago and it caught my attention that some citizens in some countries cant do without some particular stuff not necessarily applications. I doubt anyone anywhere can do without Tissue paper 😂😂 right???
Well, enough stalling… Let’s get on with the list of the Five apps Nigerians can’t do without.
Five apps Nigerians can’t do without
Bet9ja Mobile Application
This application is one that Nigerians have rushed ever since the online betting platform released even before the official release of the mobile application, Nigerians have always been one for Bet9ja.
Bet9ja is a simple online bookmaker company that offers betting on major sporting events operating in Nigeria.It is traded under KC Gaming Networks Limited and run by a series of shareholders of lots of nationalities, the website has been officially licensed by the Lagos State Lotteries Board since it’s inception with permission to operate freely and legally in other parts of Nigeria.
WhatsApp Messenger is a cross-platform messaging and Voice over IP (VoIP) service owned by Facebook. It allows users to easily send text messages, voice messages and it even allows it’s users to make voice and also video calls, and share images, documents, user locations, and other media at ease.
The WhatsApp messenger application is undoubtedly one of the many applications Nigerians obviously can’t do without.
GB WhatsApp / FM WhatsApp
This list is getting funny right? Nigerians quickly adapted and appreciated these third party apps immediately it was released as it gives cutting-edge over the normal WhatsApp application owned by Facebook.
The GB WhatsApp/ FM WhatsApp application comes with a lot of really nice in-built features that Nigerians really enjoy. Some of these features are;
- Viewing Deleted WhatsApp status
- Viewing Deleted WhatsApp messages
- You can change the theme
- You can be online for Twenty Four (24) hours with the always online feature
- You can send videos up to 50 Megabyte
- Call Filter/Blocker
- App Launcher and Notifications Icons.
With these features you can agree with me that this third party application is pretty schway 😂 right??
In most of the cities around Nigeria, we have either a taxi or motorcycle-hailing apps that have not suprisingly begun to reduce the stress of a daily commute. Such apps include the Uber application, Bolt application (Formerly Taxify), Gokada application, Oride/Opay application among others a necessity.
You can get either of these applications via the Google Playstore here;
Mobile Services Self-Care App
Nigerians have quickly adapted to loving self care apps like the MyMTN application. These applications give you the right to easily navigate through mobile services like MTN, GLO, AIRTEL and others. They offer a very easy interface with unique offers. The MyMTN application gifts it’s new users a massive 500 Megabyte free data bundle which can be shared to family and friends and can also be used to surf the internet.
You can get the MyMTN application here;
GLO users also have their own self-care mobile application that helps GLO users manage their Globacom account, bill payments, mobile recharges and checking usage. The GLO Cafe App gives it’s users the power to manage all their connections and services through it’s official application.
You can get the GLO Cafe App here;
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