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Supposedly Android is the most used mobile OS in Uganda and you’re most likely to find 9/10 smartphone users being on Google’s platform while other operating systems fight for the remaining 1%. We recently unveiled the top selling Google Play Content in Uganda for the past 5 years however, there is a growing breed of Uganda’s using Apple’s iOS and this number is steadily growing given the brand affinity and social standing associated with Apple products.
It has been five years ago this since Google’s Play Store was first released on March 6th, 2012. To celebrate, Google released a roundup of the best selling apps, games, movies,
When one talks about 4G LTE networks in Uganda, chances are high that Africell, MTN, Smile Communications or Vodafone will be the first thing that will come to one's mind. Well, there is another kid on the block
Radio and TV complemented by newspapers have traditionally dominated the media landscape for decades in Africa. To bring the point home, it’s no different in Uganda especially amongst seniors of this country that prefer the above mediums.
When MTN’s PakaPaka voice bundle originally launched, it was safe to assume that it was going directly for Airtel’s Pakalast since it offered 30 minutes on-net calls for just UGX 1000. It has since evolved to My PakaPaka now that the amount of voice calls given are commensurate
Do you remember your first camera phone? How good was it? How many megapixel did it have? Well, I need not describe what a smartphone camera is, since the definition is right there in the name.