Top 5 Most Popular Kenyan Apps on iOS
March. 09, 2020
The Kenyan App market is unique as most of the very popular Kenyan apps are diverted to banking and financing, with a lean towards money loaning apps.
There is one interesting surprise within the list, which is possibly one of the most unique apps in Kenya. Here are the Top 10 most popular free Kenyan apps on iOS:
1. Eazzy Banking (Store Rank: 78)
Published by Finserve Africa via Equity Bank, Eazzy Banking is an App platform that allows its users to manage their money and track their financial goals with freedom of choice and control. Transfer funds manage Forex and Equitel.
The App is also customizable, add your own icons, backgrounds, and names to accounts.
Equitel, also known as Finserve Africa, is a mobile virtual network operator from Kenya – however, the App is run by Equity Bank, Equitel’s first financial institution in Africa.
2. M Co-Op Cash (Store Rank: 71)
A mobile banking App in which you can enquire about your balances, check bill payments, top-up on airtime and more.
The App is brought by the Cooperative Bank of Kenya, which was awarded the Best Bank of Kenya in 2010 by the London Financial Times due to their quick growth.
3. Freshpro (Store Rank: 70)
A highly unique and interesting inclusion within the rankings.
“Farm to Doorstep” – Freshpro claims to be the simplest way to order your fruits and veggies fresh from the farm. The App features a clean UI, with modern menus and iOS integration.
The Kenyan company delivers diary, eggs, and vegetables from farms to your doorstep.
4. Absa Kenya (Store Rank: 64)
A simple, fast and secure banking app that allows you to transact from anywhere, anytime. With it, you can view account balances quickly, buy airtime and pay bills, as well as send money to a mobile wallet account – the app also features biometric login.
Absa Kenya is a subsidiary of Absa Group Ltd., an African-based financial services group.
KCB Mobile (Store Rank: 49)
The #1 payment App in East and Central Africa – the app features a bold and modern visual design that is “carefully crafted to deliver a beautiful user experience.”
The App includes features such as accessing your account, sending and withdrawing money. With it, you can access loans, track stocks, foreign exchange rates and look at financial trends. The App is regulated by the Central Bank of Kenya.
Kocela International, the company behind the App, is based in Nairobi.
-IT News Africa
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