Naija loves messaging apps: Whatsapp, Instagram, BBM and the next killer app is…?

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No doubt, Nigerians love social media and messaging apps like crazy and this love isn’t about to go away anytime soon. There is a simple reason for this kind of soul tie to chat apps and it is content sharing- like seriously, Naija, we can share content for Africa! From videos to pictures, GIFs, music, even movies and with the growing number of affordable smart phones currently flooding our phone markets from all over the world, my dear, Naija has only begun ‘Press-ups’ in terms of mobile chatting and apps.

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Ok, let’s take for instance. You know there are three (3) popular messaging apps that Nigerians love to use while chatting and exchanging files with friends over the mobile which is Whatsapp, Instagram and BBM. But do you know that there is a fourth app which Naija is opting in big time with active user base swelling year on year?

Awww, you don’t? Guys, meet the No. 4, Palmchat 5.1

Palmchat is tailor made for Africa

The thing about Palmchat is that it is so original and that’s why a lot of young Nigerians are loving it. Palmchat allows users to share a lot more content and to experience even better collaborative online mobile community.

This key offering of the Palmchat app is possible because of the unique features that are found in the app which stands it out of the rest of the pack.

Palmchat gives next-level experience with unique features

If you know Nigerians (and I am one, winks), we love good things and we love ‘em new that is why as the latest version Palmchat 5.1 dropped on Google’s Play Store –with retooled and upgraded “Shake shake” and “Locals” features plus all new, nicely tailored “Broadcast” and “Chat room” features – messaging apps lovers are already downloading and signing up on Palmchat.


The Palmchat excitement is growing, maybe an alternative messaging app with something new is worth a try after all. Follow the link and download the Plamchat app.

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