About a week ago, we told you how Jason Njoku was planning on shutting down access to the iROKOtv website in Africa, in a bid to switch focus to mobile-only. Well, the deed has finally been done
— JasonNjoku (@JasonNjoku) July 2, 2015
If you visit iROKOtv.com now with an African IP address, this is what you will see.
As you might have observed, the app is only available for Android users. No iOS, no Windows Phone, no BlackBerry. It’s a deliberate move for iROKOtv which, according to Jason Njoku, sees over 76% traffic from Mobile alone, a huge chunk of which they owe to Android.
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