Are you planning to purchase an Android smartphones and you are stuck with what type of applications would be suitable for you, then follow this article to know about some of the top apps users installed on their smartphones.
Top downloaded android apps in Nigeria
WhatsApp Messenger : with the introduction of the WhatsApp business app for small and medium enterprises, WhatsApp is said to be the leading Android applications found installed on virtually 90% of smartphones in Africa. It has recorded 90 million downloads. Users can easily send short or long messages to other contacts who have their phone numbers saved on their contact list.
Facebook: is a social media platform with 81 million users every single day. It can be accessed by individuals for personal use for sharing their thoughts through texts or pictures. Business owners also make use of this app to advertise and sell their products and services for customers who are in need of it.
For example, Optimus Grafix NG offers creative design service to customers who are in need of graphic design, logo design, t-shirt design and wall art frame using a facebook page to interact with customers.
If you are a business person and you need to reach more buyers, all you need is to sign up for a free facebook page and create a personalized page for your business. Facebook also allows business owners to open an online shop.
Facebook Lite: As a result of too much data consumption, facebook Lite was introduced to users who are having problem with internet data subscription. With this app, all content such as picture has been compressed to enable users manage their data plan.
Facebook Messenger : It is no doubt facebook is a social media giant in the universe when it comes to bringing friends and family together. As a result of this, facebook introduces a separate messenger to its users who wish to have a private chat with their close ones or business associates. The facebook messenger enables its users to make video call and audio call.
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