Apple ranks ‘Poppin by Popcentral’ among top creative Nigerian apps

‘Poppin by Popcentral’, the app to the TV channel Popcentral (DSTV 189) has been selected by Apple as on the creative and entertaining apps and games on its app store. Apple, in its bid to celebrate Nigeria’s 60th-year Independence, is putting the spotlight on top apps developed in Nigeria.

The other Nigerian-made apps that were spotted out of thousands were Litur, Whot King, Reminders’, Chox Quiz, Shapshap, and Beni Hop.

Poppin by Popcentral is a second screen real-time engagement app and mobile destination for content from Popcentral TV. It is home to a variety of contents from lifestyle, food shows, dramas, wellness, talk shows, a telemarketing show, and much more. Launched in December 2019, Poppin allows viewers to have access to their favourite shows on Popcentral TV while on the go.

Yinka Obebe, CEO, Popcentral said, “Poppin is basically an app that ensures you can always stay tuned to your favourite shows on Popcentral TV right on your mobile device. Even when you have missed the shows, not to worry, you can still catch it on the Poppin app.”

Popcentral, arguably the fastest-growing media platform in Nigeria with a focus on the young audience is redefining content co-creation, social engagement, and television viewership. Poppin, the innovation by Popcentral now brings free live TV to the fingertips of a very vibrant and mobile audience in Nigeria. Poppin app is currently available and can be downloaded on Google Play, Apple App Store as well as Palm Store.

“We are grateful to see that Poppin is being recognised, selected, and showcased by Apple especially as today marks Nigeria’s 60th independence. I appreciate all the amazing people on the team that made Poppin a reality and I urge everyone to try out the app to keep up-to-date with quality, entertaining and inspiring content,” added Yinka.



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