In this digital age, smarter and extremely effective innovative apps are springing up – to enhance our social lives, bring us closer together and just to have some fun.
Of the many applications we fill our phones with, which do we really need?
Turn your smartphone into a remote for your computer. Remote mouse comes in handy when making a presentation and you need to move around or backup in case your mouse or keyboard battery is dead.
Or if you simply want to control your computer remotely, especially when using a remote keyboard.
Transferring music, videos, pictures, applications, and documents have never been easier. Xender is a seamless and easy platform that transfers data at light speed.
Pro-shot is a perfect camera application for all levels of photography. With advanced options and settings you can tweek to your preferences to get the perfect shot.
One of Nigeria’s most popular online marketplace, in Jumia, you can find almost anything you need from clothing, electronics, office supplies, cars, and food.
With speedy and reliable delivery, customers also get the pay on delivery option.
Networking is essential to anyone who wants to be successful is the professional world.
Linkedin keeps you informed and updated with your industry. It is the perfect avenue to get contacts useful to your life goals.
The world is moving faster than most of us can run but we still need to stay fit.
5K run was specifically designed for beginners and it gets you on a running schedule 3 times a week for 30 minutes.
The program is a merge of running and power walks with a reward system to keep your morale high.
Losing a phone can turn throw even a macho man into panic-mode.
With this app, all you need to do is clap your hands and your phone responds with a sound that you have already pre-programmed.
Clap! Phone Finder also minimizes battery consumption.
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