Reviews

These are all the techjaja reviews of devices ranging form cellphones, hot new apps (both locally made and international), laptops, cameras, IoT devices, internet devices. Check out our in-depth review coverage on all our content.

Reviews

These are all the techjaja reviews of devices ranging form cellphones, hot new apps (both locally made and international), laptops, cameras, IoT devices, internet devices. Check out our in-depth review coverage on all our content.
Masikini Home Page

Masikini website review: A new dawn for online shopping in Uganda

We recently wrote about Masikini and its ability to accept online payments from one’s mobile money account besides VISA. The overwhelming response therefore entitled us to follow this up with a review of their main website, which they also complement with mobile apps on both the Play Store and the App Store. And yeah, this a mobile first world and so the apps addition shouldn’t be too much of a surprise
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The Infinix Hot 4 review: The best budget smartphone you can buy in Uganda

The Infinix Hot 4 is a budget smartphone commanding a paltry of UGX 359,000 on Kilimall, which affords you a plastic slab with a 5.5 Inch IPS HD screen, with a fast fingerprint scanner, a good camera, a modest selfie shooter, a 4000mAh battery, a pair of earphones and so on and so forth.

The Infinix Note 3 Review: Taking mid-range smartphones to another level

Infinix defied odds and chose to launch the Note 3 online

The Chat + app wants to replace your Whatsapp

Vodafone customers have a benefit of a zero-rated experience against their data plans since they won’t be charged a dime for using Chat +
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My Vodafone App by Vodafone Uganda, App Review

Vodafone Uganda has released a data monitoring and self care app called My Vodafone App by Vodafone Uganda.
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The MTN Uganda Travel Guide app review

There have been a lot of #UgTravelMonth hashtags sweeping across various social media platforms, mesmerizing many while leaving others in wonderment about how they could also be part of it. Well, a host of Ugandan companies in a bid to sponsor local tourism took up the initiative to bring you a month’s long exercise called the Uganda Travel Month. These include the Pearl Guide, Radio city, Total and MTN. Each contributes in its own

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