2go now available for Android – How to download
2go is now officially available for Android, with the social network app making it’s way to Google Play on June 6th. 2go is a social network with huge dominance in Africa, and have majority of it’s users from Nigeria — the world’s most populous black Nation.
In Nigeria, where 2go is the largest social network, feature phones still dominate with around 88% market share, although Android is growing increasingly important.
“Android is the fastest growing mobile platform across Africa, and with sub US$50 Android devices on the horizon, 2go’s mostly feature phone user base can now migrate with 2go as they move to smartphones”, says Alan Wolff, who founded 2go with Ashley Peter while still at university in Johannesburg in 2007.
According to Brad Taylor, MD of GfK South Africa, Android phones now represent 5.2% of current monthly phone sales in Nigeria, up from 3.4% in September 2012. Taylor notes that this trend is accelerating across Africa. “In Kenya, which is a more mature Android market, 52% of monthly sales are Android phones,” Taylor adds.
2go is available on the Google PlayStore and you can download the app by clicking on the ‘source’ link below with your Android device or synched computer.
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