Adamu Garba's Crowwe App returns to Playstore

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Social media application, Crowwe developed by Nigerian politician Adamu Garba has been restored to Play Store and App store for both android and IOS mobile phone users.

This is after the social media app was yanked off both platforms back in June, shortly after the Twitter ban in Nigeria.

However, CEO of Gloomme Business Connections Ltd, owners of Crowwe Anya Ifunanya, in a statement on Saturday, announced the return of the app on Playstore and App store.

While announcing the return, Ifunaya stated that Crowwe was never taken down by Google Playstore.

She noted that the app chose to thrive in light of some changes. “Crowwe App was just off the store listing page for a short while, to afford our technical team ample time to effect and implement all of the feedbacks gotten from numerous users across the country,” she said.

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Ifunaya stated that the app developers continued working on it to ensure Crowwe comes back in a more refined way that can meet the needs of users.

She noted that the design interface is now better and users experience is top-notch after the process of signing-in was upgraded and navigating through the platform made easier and seamless.

Crowwe instant messaging feature allows users to send and receive text and multimedia messages – photos, videos, documents, location, audio messages for free.

The platform targets users in emerging markets, particularly in Africa, supports over 5,5000 different devices, including feature phones, in addition to Android, BlackBerry OS, and Windows smartphones.