New Mxit Android app here soon

Mxit is set to launch a new Android app which includes numerous visual enhancements next week

By - January 20, 2013 Share on LinkedIn
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Mxit is set to release version 6.4 of its Android App next week, which will offer numerous visual enhancements, improved performance and improved profile photos.

New Mxit Chief Marketing Officer Vincent Maher explained that these significant enhancements may be unusual for a point release, but there is a reason behind this decision.

“The reasoning is that Android is our flagship smartphone platform and we use it to gauge user opinion about new features and functionality before we roll it out to our larger base of feature phone users,” said Maher.

The new Mxit Android app will be more data efficient, support larger profile pictures and have better memory handling.

It further supports Mxit’s speed dial, and users will be able to cut and paste in-message.

The following images give a sneak peek of the Mxit Android version 6.4 which will be released next week.

Mxit Android app v6.4

Mxit Android app v6.4

Mxit Android app v6.4

Mxit Android app v6.4

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