Local African content drives Palmchat 5.1 app usage among Nigerians

By Emeka Aginam

That Nigerians love social media and messaging apps may not be overstatement in the 21st century knowledge economy.

The reasons may not be unconnected to local African content embedded in the chat apps which is the toast of every Nigerian especially the Palmchat 5.1 version.

From videos to pictures, GIFs, music, even movies and with the growing number of affordable smart phones currently flooding the smart phone markets globally, Nigerians have only begun ‘Press-ups’ in terms of mobile chatting and apps.


Although Nigerians are in love with three popular messaging apps including Whatsapp, Instagram and BBM, the fourth one which has really eaten deep in the minds of many Nigerians is Palmchat 5.1 version which is tailored for Africa market.

One thing about Palmchat is that it is so original and that is why a lot of young Nigerians are using the app while chating with friend, families and loved ones.

Interestingly, Palmchat allows users to share a lot more content and 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. Similarly, Palmchat gives next-level experience with unique features

One thing is clear about Nigerians. They love good things and that is why every Nigerian is downloading Palmchat 5 version as a chat app for their daily mobile life..

Already, checks on Google’s Play Store revealed a 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.
However, the truth of the matter is that the Palmchat excitement is growing, maybe an alternative messaging app with something new is worth a try after all.

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