In the recent years, mobile phones have come to be a part of our daily lifestyle as the need to communicate is every increasing which as a result we can hardly do without them as we would be completely lost. As mobile phones become more mobile friendly the more mobile app are being developed. And these apps is now an essential part of us because we make use of them on a daily basis. And today i will be identifying some apps that likely to be used regularly by Nigerians.
Am sure this wouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone as Whatsapp is taking the social media scene by a storm with all the new innovations and as a result, there is no need to fret about calling or sending text messages to friends or family as you can simply call (video and voice) them or message them on WhatsApp. Interestingly. You only need the contact number of whoever you want to chat with.
Besides the need to communicate, you may also want to get daily updates about the activities of your friends, family, and significant others, Facebook is the page almost every Nigerians visit. Facebook also provides a platform where you can share your post, it also permits jealous lovers to become detectives by stalking their partners on this platform.
Chrome owned by Google is unarguably one of the best apps out there used to access the World Wide Web. It is easy to use and very fast. More often than not, if you want to visit a particular website, you are likely to use Chrome.
Instagram is a mobile photo-sharing, video-sharing, and social networking app that enables people to take pictures and videos and then share them either publicly or privately on the app, as well as through a variety of other social networking platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Flickr. and we Nigerian loves to show so why not use Instagram
This app is mostly used by Nigerians who want to read the latest new and also who are curious to now what is trending. As a matter of fact, twitter has given some Nigerian the title of social media influencers because they are very active and their engagement is on the high side.
Surprisingly they made the list even with the recently decline in the use of blackberry device. Despite the fact that they share the same similarity with Whatsapp, Most Nigerian still prefer having both apps on their mobile phones.