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At least Uber is synonymous in many people's’ ears since it has become a universally accepted alternative to crowded Matatus, Special Hires and hey, car owners that feel like they would need to be chauffeured to their destinations, at least to the Ugandan Urban middle class.
This year, Uber updated their passenger app, something they had not done since 2012. In this review we shall to learn how to request rides, maintain a high Uber rating score and more. If you're an Uber driver, you'll also find out how you can still use the updated app to scout out the competition and snag more requests. We however have a full Uber driver app review here, so don't hesitate to check it out but for now lets have a full Uber Passenger App Review.
A few weeks ago, we hit the interwebs with an exclusive story about the biggest telecom in the country finally giving unlimited internet a shot. It has been business as usual at MTN Uganda and not at one time had it tried sailing in the waters of unlimited internet. And so, it came as a surprise to many that finally big yellow wants to give the likes of Smile and Africell a run for their money.
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
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.
Infinix defied odds and chose to launch the Note 3 online