ENaira Quick Wallet App Has Over 360,000 Downloads – 10 Days After Release
The eNaira speed wallet application, Africa’s first digital currency, recorded more than 360,000 downloads in 160 countries around the world, ten days after its release.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) unveiled eNaira applications on October 22.
The eNaira applications are available in two versions: the eNaira fast wallet and the eNaira fast merchant wallet.
Both apps have been rolled out to Google Play and Apple Store for Andriod and iPhone users, respectively.
According to a report seen by TheCable on Wednesday, the eNaira fast wallet for consumers recorded 367,000 downloads while the eNaira merchant fast wallet for businesses registered 58,600 downloads.
The report captured various analyzes of digital currency applications from October 22 through Monday November 1, 2021.
Analysis details showed that the eNaira speed portfolio for iPhone users grew from 75 countries of penetration on October 28 to 81 countries in ten days.
For Andriod users, country penetration increased from 148 countries as of October 28 to 163 countries at the end of October.
Merchant wallets for iPhone users saw country penetration from 51 countries on October 28 to 67 countries as of October 31, 2021. For Andriod users, country penetration increased from 177 countries to 186 countries in October 31, 2021.
Apps are currently on a 3 out of 5 scale in Play Store ratings.
Ratings are calculated based on the app’s current quality ratings from user reviews, rather than the lifetime average value of user reviews, unless the app has very low ratings. This shows that the user experience has improved.
The eNaira speed portfolio has been earlier removed for optimization after users encountered difficulty registering on the app.