Here are 4 projects by the African Dev Community that really got us talking and we believe you will find interesting:
At the top of the list is Cruncher, an app made with Ruby on Rails and Angular to “make sense”/ analyse your GTB transaction statement. Maybe you can find out what you’ve been spending alot on. You can play with it if you want to, hashes are secure and there’s no snooping around. You can delete your summary any time too).
This is an open Nigerian Pidgin English Dictionary, made by all those who know the words and for all those who are looking for definitions.
Kraks.tv is a simple curator of hilarious and funny videos. Hopefully something more comes out of this. Original content maybe?
PrayerBox is a simple way to share to prayer points and testimonies with your friends, church members, family members and people from around the world.
Check out more projects on DevCentre and tell us what you think
DevCenter is a community platform that aims to foster collaboration and creativity amongst developers in Nigeria and the African continent at large. Developers would be able share new and existing projects, find new partners, list jobs, track issues and gather feedback on projects. Since inception over 300+ developers have signed up to have their projects shared on the platform.
NEW REPORT: Nigerian startups raised $28.35m in Q2 2020; only about 4.5% of that came from local investors. Find out more in the full report.
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