Most popular apps on Vodacom app store

Vodacom’s app store has been running for two years, offering a range of apps aimed at feature phone and smartphone customers

By - August 10, 2013
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Vodacom launched its Appia powered app store in September 2011, offering over 140,000 applications to its feature phone and smartphone customers.

Vodacom said that its app store is going strong two years on. “We are continuing to source new and relevant local apps,” Vodacom said.

“There is also the App star challenge held once a year which is an international competition.”

While the Vodacom app store caters for all operating systems and most phones, Java based phones dominate downloads.

The operator said that approximately 60% of downloads on the Vodacom app store comes from Java based phones (feature phones), with Android coming in second at 20%.

The most popular applications on the Vodacom app store is listed below. Mxit, which is particularly popular on feature phones, tops the list.

  1. Mxit
  2. Chomi
  3. biNu
  4. My Vodacom App
  5. DSTV mobile streaming
  6. Mxit lifestyle
  7. Talking Tom Cat
  8. News 24
  9. Vodacom Lotto
  10. 101 -in- 1 games
  11. Battery watch
  12. Bible
  13. Bozza
  14. Facebook
  15. Angrybirds

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