[Breaking News] Fasmicro Launches Nigeria’s First Indigenous Android App Store


Fasmicro (our parent company)  – a leader in software, Android, embedded systems and microelectronics, today, launched its Android App Store. To our knowledge, this is the first corporate Android store in West Africa, if not Africa. The team based in Owerri, Nigeria, has developed many apps with local focus in the last few months. But with Google Android Challenge coming, they are releasing  just a few.


The team is also releasing apps in Android Market next week. These are the premium Apps which customers will pay.


They have JAMB Android Apps that will enable students learn and prepare for JAMB. They have one for mothers and pregnant women. They have the ones for hospitals,  ones for luxury buses logistics, etc. They have developed logistics app, inventory management apps, among others. Oh yes, they have prayer app – all 100% engineered in Nigeria.

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Visit the Fasmicro App Store – more apps are being uploaded. And if you need Android app training and development, this is the #1 team in Nigeria. We have trained more Android app developers in Nigeria than any other company. NASENI team gave us EXCELLENT. From FUTO to ABU Zaria to IMSU to Uniport to Babcock, Fasmicro is saying one thing – Nigeria’s graduates are talented.


To the team, we congratulate you all and cannot wait for the launch of the “greatest innovation in technology, in Nigeria” you plan this summer.


When we came together – we were challenged to do a simple thing. Think, share, and invent.


Tekedia Team congratulates our Fasmicro engineers – the best in the nation on embedded, apps and software.

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