The best apps of the week for Android
NaijaWhot is an exciting, classic board game designed the Nigerian way. It is easy to undestand and fall in love with. Become a winner by finishing your cards before your opponents. If you are looking to kill some time, then NaijaWhot is your best bet. AI keeps the game interest when you have know human opponent to play with.
Download: NaijaWhot (free)
Nigeria Gospel Music
It has more than 150 Nigerian gospel artists and their music, and over 60 gospel artists from other countries of the world (including Ghana and South Africa). It also features different playlists by Nigerian artists and non-Nigerian artist, as well as 9jaStar radio which broadcast christian music 24 hours a day from the United Kingdom.
Download: Nigeria Gospel Music (Free)
YouTube Go is now available in Brazil and as well as being a lighter version of the traditional YouTube app, it lets you download videos over Wi-Fi networks to watch when you’re offline or connected on mobile networks. The app shows up how much space there is in the smartphone and three types of download quality: basic, standard, and high quality (720p). The only problem is the availability of what one can or can not download, since some contents are blocked by the producers. Still, most are available.
Download: YouTube Go (free)
Shut Up lets you mute your entire phone with just one touch. Just activate the application and all sounds are disabled, very useful when you are entering a meeting, going to the cinema or any other time you do not want to distract you.
Download: Shut Up (Free)