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Africa’s social network

Agbora launches “Africa’s social network” aiming to connect Africa and African Diaspora

Agbora has developed and launched it first social media app on Apple’s app store and had promised to release the android version in due time to come.

The mobile app which is also called Africa’s social network is a social networking application that targets connecting Africa within, those in diasporas and the general people around the globe on a platform where professionals, experts, talents and leaders can share opinions, interests and opportunities together

Among the features of the app include; a robust newsfeed, microblogging, polling, Agbora chat and advanced search options that make it flexible for users to find their favourite connection.

In a remark given by one of its users, he said “First versions of SM apps are usually ones you want to forget. Not here.”

And another user described the app as an “innovative way to connect with people around the world”

The Africa Social Network was developed by a team of expert engineers who come from various countries such as Nigeria, Egypt, India and the US.

The app is beautifully designed to help users express themselves freely and have the opportunity to discuss their brand, growth, promote the continent economy to the world, give professional opportunities to its users by helping them to find their favourite area of expertise, and can even trigger meaningful relationship

The App, Agbora hopes to attract Africans both at home and outside the continent. Its features were built to suit both the casual user who is just interested in social interaction and connecting with new people and the professional users who are interested mostly in business and professional opportunities

On the app, users are free to share their photos, memories, blog about their experience and even share their opinion on leadership, politics on any topic that interest them.

Agbora is built and developed by Agbora Inc. and it is completely free.

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