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Afrinolly Launches First African Entertainment App for Blackberry 10

By  Joseph Adediji


African entertainment app MTN Afrinolly announced the release of its Blackberry 10 App for Blackberry Z10 and Q10 last Thursday at the Blackberry 10 official lunch in Lagos, Nigeria, just a few weeks after announcing the Afrinolly app for iOS. With over 2 Million Downloads across its various existing versions namely Android, Blackberry, Nokia Symbian, Nokia S40 Series, Java and Amazon Kindle, Afrinolly is the most downloaded African entertainment app built in Africa.

Winner of the Google Android Developers Challenge 2011 in the entertainment category, Afrinolly allows you to watch trailers of movies produced in the African movie markets, especially Nigeria’s Nollywood. You also get to watch African music videos, African comedy online, Bollywood trailers and full length Nollywood movies on your Smartphone.


Taking advantage of the new Blackberry Menu, the user interface of the Blackberry 10 version is rich and different because the Blackberry 10 OS screen resolution allows for the apps new home screen where most viewed Trailers, Celebrity and Music Videos are celebrated plus News headlines.

The app is Compatible for both Blackberry Z10 and Blackberry Q10. Afrinolly has seen a progressive growth rate in terms of downloads across Africa and the excitement is that this Blackberry 10 version would allow more Africans with a taste for the super smartphones to enjoy the app.


Joseph Adediji is a web enthusiast, blogger, writer, tech lover and an internet para-addict!* Follow him on Twitter @Josephadediji and Facebook .

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